Questions tagged [informal]
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What is the informal/impolite interrogative form of 이다?
What is the interrogative informal form of 이다? Is it 냐/이냐? I wasn't able to find this answer anywhere so here I am asking ^^
Usage of the 요 form for verbs
If I'm talking with a friend that is a few years older than me should I use the 요 form for verbs or should I use the completely informal speech?
How is the honorific informal form of verbes created?
From what I understood, if I want to talk about my teacher with my friend I have to use the honorific informal form, but how do I create this form? Do I just remove 다 from the verb to then make it ...
Difference between formal and Informal
I know Korean has formal and informal ways of speaking, but is there a complete difference between formal and informal speaking or just small differences? Say I was speaking to a person older than ...
Correct translation for "smoke" that also means "cigarette"
In English, we can use the term "smoke" as a noun to refer to a cigarette. For example: I'd like to have a smoke. (meaning, "I'd like to smoke a cigarette.") Google Translate gives me 담배 as ...
How to say or suggest in an informal (and possibly rude) way that someone can be disregarded?
Warning: the English language I would like to know of a Korean equivalent for is rude, and contained in the examples below. From this example, we can understand that B wishes to disregard John's ...