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What's the differences between 한다 and 하다 ?I mean what's the meaning after adding +ㄴ다 ? I feel confused about verbs that added with 한다 what's the meaning when it's like that?..:)

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
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    Unlike English, the Korean language has original form of verbs. When you put "ㄴ다", it makes the original form the present simple tense.

    See this..
    살다 : original form
    But you have to say like "나는 한국에 산다."

    사랑하다 -> "나는 가족을 사랑한다."

    공부하다 -> "나는 영어를 공부한다."

    If you have a Korean learning textbook, it is sure to explain more clearly about the Korean grammar.

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