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[Final-ending] ~세요/으세요 (please)

"~세요/으세요" is used when we ask somebody to do something. The subject is "you" (the listener) and is usually omitted. When the verb stem ends in a consonant, we add "~세요/~으세요". When …

Kmaru 5
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[Final-ending] ~ㄹ까요/으까요 (How about ~ing)

"~ㄹ까요/으까요" is used to suggest something in spoken Korean. Since your suggestion is not directly spoken in your question with "~ㄹ까요/으까요", it could sound politer than "~ㅂ시다…

Kmaru
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[Final-ending] ~ㅂ시다/으시다 (Let's)

"~ㅂ시다/으시다" is used when we suggest something to the listener, usually politely or in a formal situation. When the verb stem ends in a consonant, we add "~읍시다". When the verb stem end…

Kmaru 12
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[Final-ending] – (스)ㅂ니까? (do)

When we use "(스)ㅂ니다" in a formal context, we use "–(스)ㅂ니까?" to ask a question. "그는 아침을 먹습니다/He has breakfast" is changed to "아침을 먹습니까?/Does he have…

Kmaru 6
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[Final-ending] ~ (스)ㅂ니다 (do)

the basic form of korean verbs and adjectives are "~다". We change "~다" into "~(스)ㅂ니다" in formal situation, such as in a meeting, presentation, interview, newscast, etc. When the "stem(어…

Kmaru 7


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