What are the differents of these suffix >> "-hapnida, -hada, -haeyo, -i, etc..." Thx for your help..^^
Sep 26, 2008 4:31 PM
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Study Gongbuhada : basic form of the verb Gongbuhanda : the present tense of the verb Gongbuhamnida : formal&written Korean style Gongbuhaeyo : informal&spoken Korean style I don't feel familiar with the formal style. So it's better to talk in the informal style(Gongbuhaeyo) when you talk with Korean friends. I have no clue about -i if you didn't mean the postposition used after nouns end with one or double consonant. Could you elaborate a bit more?
September 28, 2008
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