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I know it's short of 지요 but how do you use it in questions and what else do you use at the end of the questions if not this ?

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  • use it same as you would 지요, like 예요/이에요 – user17915 Feb 18 '18 at 2:37
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You would use 지요/죠 at the end of a question where you want to "check" with someone. As in, not a regular question, but you know the answer and you want to check if someone agrees with you.

For example:

Delicious?

맛있어요?

vs

Delicious isn't it? (You aren't really asking, since you already think it's tasty, you are kind of just expecting them to agree with you).

맛있죠?

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You can use something like below.

우리는 한국어 공부를 하지요.
우리는 한국어 공부를 하죠.

or

In questions

하겠지요?
=> 하겠죠?

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