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It is reasonable to say that since full, grammatically correct English sentences (besides the usual one word "Yes.", "No.", and "Hello." expressions) always come with some form of verb, the same can be said for Korean. However, comparisons to English might not be so sound since Korean and English are quite different. So, let's jump into something more ...


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"Let's" in Korean is expressed by two endings: Adding 자 after verb stem. Example: 같이 가자! Adding ㅂ/읍시다 after verb stem, which is a bit more respectful than the first one. Example: 그 거 봅시다. This one is respectful enough between friends, or your inferior, but never to a one deserving high respect. However, this one is a bit formal, and is nit recommended ...


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Korean sentences can end with a verb 한나는 집에 왔어요. verb copula 저는 학생입니다. or an adjective 유나는 정말 예쁘다. Further information can be found here http://www.linguajunkie.com/korean-2/make-korean-sentences


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Both 테니스를 같이 칩시다 and 같이 테니스를 칩시다 are correct. In actual spoken conversation, it is even possible to omit ~를 and say 테니스 같이 칩시다, or even 테니스 칩시다.


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Re-translation of the original post by 김성훈 at here They differ in usage; 않다 functions as either a verb or a secondary verb while 안 functions as an adverb. 않다 is abbreviate from 아니하다 while 안 is from 아니; therefore, 않다 and 안 can be used in place of 아니하다 and 아니, respectively, in a sentence to make it shorter. Replacing 아니하다 with 않다 아무 말도 아니하다. => ...


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안 + verb = not + verb He does not eat apple 그는 사과를 안 먹는다. 아니 한다 not do => 않다=않아요=않는다, not did => 않았다. He does not clean the room 방을 청소하지 않는다. He did not eat 먹지 않았다. 아니다 not is => 않다=않아요, not was => 않았다. I do not want to be tall 나는 키 크고 싶지 않다.


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않다 is used as verbs and secondary verbs and 안 is used as adverb,so they are differently used. 않다 is short of 아니하다 and 안 is short of 아니(that does not mean 아니하다`s 아니 it has slight differnce.) ex)아무것도 먹지 않는다, 안 먹는다.


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