09 Nov 03:56 PM

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When we're talking to our teachers we use -요 instead of -(스)ㅂ니다 in order to be better prepared in most situations, I guess, and also because that was our first approach to grammar and it probably would've been weird to switch to honorific language after a year you've known someone. But I guess koreans use honorifics when they're in class, right? Anyway: how should I thank my teachers? Should I use 감사합니다/고맙습니다 even if I use -요 all the time or should I use 감사해요/고마워요 to be coherent? What's the feeling I'm giving?

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