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Hey listeners! Can you come up with a sentence using these words?
Thanks for posting. Cristiane provided you with the links to your latest question, so I'll answer your previous one, like you said, 저 is the polite way of saying 'I'.
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Im having trouble understanding the sentence construction, and the form in which the stem words change depending on the use (example, eat - what happens if it is used as "eating" or "ate" or "will eat"?) Thank you very much, it would help me very much to know. :)
Oh! nevermind, I remembered!
It means "I" like naneun, but more polite and formal...right?
I was studying the comments. what does 저는 mean? Thanks :)
Hi Amber & D1,
D1's sentence looks good.
저는 가을에 호박 파이 먹는 거는 정말 좋아하지만 감기 걸리는 거는 진짜로 싫어요.
저 가을에 호박 파이 먹는거 좋아하지만, 감기 걸리는거는 진짜로 싫어요..
I am a 미국 교포 so take it for what it's worth
I am trying to practice putting Korean sentences together. Can you tell me if this is correct and how someone would naturally say it?
저 호박 파이를 가을에 먹은 진짜 좋아하지만 감기를 걸리는 많이 싫어요. (I really like eating pumpkin pie in the fall, but I really hate catching a cold.) :open_mouth: