Hello again! I managed to bang out another video this week! I might not be able to post much/at all next week and the following week because of upcoming intensives at grad school, so I’m glad I got this out before that starts.
Anyway! A little bit about myself. I’m putting this up now because I just wanted to get it out, but there will still be a regular post on Wednesday!
As always, happy studying~!
This post is sort of a continuation from the previous post on 것 같다. There, we learned that 것 같다 can be used to say that something seems like something else. It can be used to speculate about or give an uncertain opinion on something in the past, present, or future. Today, we will look at a similar structure.
–(으)ㄴ가보다 and -나 보다 both mean the same thing; the form is simply different depending on what it they are attached to. This grammar means “looks like” or “seems like” and is used when the speaker has observed something that leads them to make whatever conclusion they have drawn. This is different from 것 같다 in that 것 같다 does not necessarily require the speaker to have observed something to use as the basis of their statement. Let’s learn how to use them.
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