what is the difference between ~는가봐, 는건가봐, -나봐, -구나/구먼? Like 있는가봐, 있는건가봐, 있나봐, 있구나/있구먼? Aren't they all expressing surprise?
Dec 13, 2016 9:44 AM
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~봐:means that it seems like or it looks like ~는가봐, ~나봐: means it seems that someone or something do something. it may contains little surprising expressions depending on speakers nuance or accent. ~는건가봐:it is the past tense of above. ~나보다:means it looks like that someone or something do something. ~구나:means determining what someone or something did. ~구먼?: it is a dialect in the south province of Korea. means "Did you or something do something?"
December 13, 2016
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