Gabriela Aguilar
What does this mean? 좋아해.
Mar 23, 2019 3:37 AM
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'좋아해' is a casual form of '좋아해요'. You can use casual form to your friend or someone who is younger than you are.

The dictionary form of '좋아해' is '좋아하다' which means 'to like someone or something'.

If you hear someone says '좋아해', it could mean "I like you (or someone or something)." when the object is obvious in the situation.

Objects are commonly omitted in daily conversation when they are obvious.

The negation of '좋아해' is '안 좋아해 (don't like someone or something)' or '싫어해 (to dislike someone or something)'.

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March 23, 2019
l like it
March 23, 2019
Yes, it is 'I like it, or I like you'. In Korean, the subject is frequently omitted. So, '좋아해' in this sentence the subject was omitted. It can be (나는) (너를) 좋아해 or (나는) (그것을) 좋아해. Anyway, if you have more question about, just let me know.
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March 23, 2019
Gabriela Aguilar
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