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Confusing Korean Pronoun

I know that Koreans do not use the word "I" in their speech. What word do they use in place of that. Like "I was going to the store."


"I was going for a run."

I have seen some use the word "naega" or at the end of a sentence, "imnida."

Thank you!~

Jan 2, 2015 10:32 PM
Comments · 3

I'm assuming you know that "갔다" is go in pastense (went).

January 2, 2015

You can use "I" as "naega", but it is implied often times, so you would just sort of say "store went" when translated literally into English.  If you do want to use "naega", you should put it at the beginning of the sentence. 

January 2, 2015

They do use "I" in their speech... 

January 2, 2015
Language Skills
English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish
Learning Language
Japanese, Korean