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I need help with this sentence:
“오이 같은
걸 챙겨 가도 좋고.”

Why is 도 after 가? 가 here means the verb “to go” right? 도 can’t go after verbs i thought, they have to be turned into nouns right? (Unless this is a similar 도 as “해도 되다”)

And also can a sentence just end in 고?

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I need help with this sentence:
“오이 같은
걸 챙겨 가도 좋고.”

Why is 도 after 가? 가 here means the verb “to go” right? 도 can’t go after verbs i thought, they have to be turned into nouns right? (Unless this is a similar 도 as “해도 되다”)

And also can a sentence just end in 고?
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