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what mean (Naneun),(dangsineul) and ..haeyo? when i have to use it?

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    Na 나 is referring to I or me, Dangsin 당신 is referring to you. But we don't say 당신 between friends. Neun 는, eun 은 are Korean postpositions which come after the subject.
    는 comes after 나, 너(means you, you can say it to someone younger than you.) usually ends with a vowel or double one.
    은 comes after any noun like 동생(it's a general term to refer to younger brother or sister), 선생님 teacher usually ends with a consonant or double one.

    I watch TV. Naneun TV-reul bonda. 나는 TV를 본다.
    I eat a hamburger Naneun hembugureul mungneunda. 나는 햄버거를 먹는다.

    Eul 을, Reul 를 are also Korean postpositions which come after the object.
    을 comes after any noun like 동생, 선생님 usually ends with a consonant or double one.
    를 comes after any noun like 오빠 older brother or one's boyfriend, 언니 older sister usually ends with a vowel or double one.

    I've hit my younger brother(or sister) Naneun dongseng-eul dderyut-dda 나는 동생을 때렸다.
    I love my older sister. Naneun Unnireul sarang-handa 나는 언니를 사랑한다.

    Haeyo = Do
    Gongbuhaeyo? Do you study? 공부해요?
    Neh, gongbuhaeyo. Yes, I study. 네, 공부해요.

    Woondonghaeyo? Do you exercise? 운동해요?
    Neh, woondonghaeyo. Yes, I exercise. 네, 운동해요.

    Hope this helps.
    hm..... Naneun means I and dangsineul means yours

    and haeyo means do something together.

    Naneun used to introduce myself

    forexmple Naneun dangsineul sa rang haeyo

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