Oh okay I wasn't sure because I learned that the polite form can be written with "~나다 " or "~요 " but I didn't really got it yet because you have words in the polite form and some you have to make polite . Ok sorry for writing so much , thanks again 👍🏻
@misuru Haha All good sometimes we got worried if we'll make you boring telling you too much. so you can say both way -팔로우 했어요 -팔로우 했습니다 I prefer first one which sounds more casual. Hope this will be helpful!
@Hellelley. Haha okay now I understand thanks .I 'm really interested in learning Korean but I'm always afraid I will disappoint someone because I use the wrong form ^^' that's why I ask so much , to be sure it won't be a problem when I write it
@misuru Haha Never be afraid! Definitely they would understand you even if you make some mistakes and would tell you nicely. However I feel you as a language learner. I get emberessed when I look like a fool saying wrong sentence haha
@Hellelley Oh haha okay thank's , that's good to hear ^^ I don't think you have to be embarrassed when you make a wrong sentence and you definitely don't look like a fool , I'm more like "wow she is hardworking to learn this language , that's admirable. " I think a lot of People would agree to my opinion ;)
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