Questions tagged [pronoun]

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What is the difference between "이곳" and "여기"?

I came across this video, [Basic Korean Grammar] Most frequent Korean word 이, 그, 저 in my early study of Korean language. At around 5:23, Kim mentioned that "이곳" and "여기" are ...
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Which personal pronouns should I use with the 요 form?

I know that when I use the ㅂ니다/습니다 form, if I want to say "I" I should say "저" and I know that when I speak in 반말 I should use "나" instead. But what about the ...
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Use of 우리 for "my"

From what I've understood, when I talk about things that are not entirely mine I have to use the term 우리. In formal situations in which I'd have to use the ㅂ니다/습니다 form do I have to use 저희 instead?
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What's the difference between 이 and 이거?

So I'm still really confused on the difference between them and how to use them in sentence. When should I use 이 or 이거 in a sentence or one instead of the other? How is one a pronoun and one a ...
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How to address the listener when you do not know his or her name or title?

How do you address the listener when you do not know his or her name or title? There are the 2nd person pronouns 너 and 당신, but those are generally either rude or awkward in most situations. I know ...
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How should 미남이시라구요 be split?

The root word in 미남이시라구요 is 미남 (Noun) to mean a handsome man and the full translation for the sentence "changes the noun to adjective" to mean you're handsome or is it just a short form of the ...
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How do you pronounce 너 + 가 = 네가?

Similar to the changing of [저 + 가] to 제가 and [나 + 가] to 내가 (adding the subject marker to the two forms of 'I'), when adding the subject marker 가 to 너 (you), we get 네가. How is this pronounced? ...
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Difference between 나는 and 저는

I know that they are both pronouns, meaning "I". But people appear to use them in specific situations. How different are they?