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"I" is [나], and my is [나의].
You can form possessive nouns by adding [의] after nouns.
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안녕하세요 사랑 씨!
Thanks for your comment. 네, 맞아요. That's quite impressive how you know a lot about things in Korea, haha.
Looking forward to seeing you around often!
how to say i or my
how to i or my
네, 화이트데이에 대해 알아요. 미국에서 밸런타인데이처럼이에요.
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Hope you learned some new words. :)
great. thank you:thumbsup: