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What does it mean when a sentence end with 해요?

For learning: Korean
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    "해" Hae is taken from word "하다", which means "to do something", So when you see a sentence ended by "해요", example: "난 공부해요" means "I (to do) study"
    Or ex when you introduce yourself:
    저는 (your name) 라고 합니다= I (to do) called (your name) or the meaning is similliar with: you can call me (your name).^^

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