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  • Elise Reply

    I'm sorry for asking but one sentence in the pdf I don't understand. 저는 요리하기도합니다. I know that 요리하가 means cooking but what does 합니다 then mean? As the whole sentence means I even cook.
    Thank you in advance.

    • Billy
      Billy Reply

      The 합니다 is just the conjugated form of the verb 하다 ("to do"). Saying 합니다 is a polite way of speaking to strangers and to people in formal situations, so it's used in that example sentence. You might also hear 해요 or 해 when speaking to friends - it has the same literal meaning.

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