21 Oct 06:51 PM

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Here's another sad attempt at forming sentences-

"그들은 여섯년이 접촉을 없넌."
(it's supposed to mean: "They haven't been in contact/They have been out of touch for 6 years" or "They haven't had a lot of contact in the past 6 years")

I'm pretty sure this is wrong,, so how can you say it correctly? (I'd super appreciate both an informal and a 요 ending version)
And how does the past progressive in Korean work? Does such a thing even exist in the language?

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