24 Feb 2017
Question about English (US)
What is the derivation of the Korean phrase X 고 싶어요, meaning I want X? I think the conjugation of 싶다 is clear (to want), but what is the 고? Is this a specific part of speech or is the whole phrase just its own special form, as with -고 있다 for example?
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