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Ellis
Using 였 For past tense purposes, TTMIK says that you use ~였 if the verb/adj ends in 하. However, I've been told to write 아저씨는 엣날에 의사였어요. I know 의사 is a noun so could that have impact on the rule? But then wouldn't it be 았어요? Or is that only for V/A? I can't understand and it's probably something I'm overlooking. I've been told elsewhere that you use ~였 after neutral vowels and ~했 for ones that end in 하 Is one wrong or is the rule being over simplified?I wonder if I'm getting confused because I'm applying a rule meant for V/A to nouns. In any case, while you're here, could you tell me the rule for creating sentences like this?
Aug 22, 2018 6:46 AM
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