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Are 거야 and 게요 conjugated forms of 거예요?
Also, where does 네요 come from?

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    거야 is the informal version of 거예요.
    게요 is different from 거예요/거야 although they mean "will + verb" in English.
    Refer here: if you want to know the difference.
    네요 is another conjugation ("-네" is the informal version). If you want to know more about it, refer here:

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