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21 Mar 12:50 AM

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"보고 싶다" is a phrase I know well, but I want to know in what tense or form it is. At first, I thought it was the Narrative Present, but it's missing "-는" before the last syllable. Is "-고 싶다" a special case?

I'm aware of the rule with descriptive verbs remaining in their dictionary form, so I just want to know if "-고 싶다" has a similar rule I haven't encountered.
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