'-(으)세요' has a meaning of recommending or asking when you talk with aquintance, elderly people or formal condition. when the verb stem ends with consonant,(ex 읽-다. 입-다) you can use -으세요. when it ends with vowel,(ex 주-다. 가-다) you can use -세요 → 읽으세요(have a reading) 입으세요(put it on) 가세요 (go) 주세요(please give me that) 가세요?(do you go?) 읽으세요?(do you read?) but you've better read a book for more imformation. the ending of korean verd is very very difficult :)
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