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Aika
네꺼 translate please???
22 янв. 2016 г., 17:29
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네꺼 means Yours. The correct form is actually 네 것. However, people use 꺼 in everyday conversation more so than saying 네 것. This can sound confusing when you are trying to distinguish between mine (내꺼) vs yours (네꺼). I can work on teaching you the difference (in pronunciation) when you sign up for a session with me! Thanks, JB
22 января 2016 г.
Aika
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