Mary-Anne Ofosu
나는or 난 ? I've searched it up on the internet, asked my friends and tried guessing myself but still up until now I don't know how to use them and what the difference is. Can someone explain how to use 나는 and 난?
Feb 9, 2016 10:26 PM
Answers · 5
난 is just a short way of saying 나는, but is more informal and should not be used in written text. But if it's just phone messaging a friend or verbal chatting, 난 can be used. Other short terms examples: 내일 --> 낼 아무튼 --> 암튼
February 9, 2016
if we think about the meaning, '나는' = '난' but it's like 'I want to go' = 'I wanna go'. You don't use 'I wanna go' in a written sentence, especially in formal letter.
February 10, 2016
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Mary-Anne Ofosu
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