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when do we use "있나요" in a sentence, and what does it exactly mean? I see this phrase a lot when people ask questions, and couldn't find the exact definition of this.
Sep 17, 2019 4:56 PM
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* 있나요 : 있 (verb stem of 있다) + 나요 = Do you have something? or Is (Are) there something? - 있다 ( to exist or to have something) - 나요 : It is usually used in speech and to make a question. It is only used in an informal setting to a person who is older than you are. It gives a friendly feeling to use -나요. e.g. ) 민수 씨는 어디에 사나요? ( Where does Minsu live?) 에이미 씨는 남자친구가 있나요? (Does Amy have a boyfriend?) * Hope it helps and please follow me at koreanclass.canada on Instagram!
September 17, 2019
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