Korean Grammar Int. ~ 다고 해서, -냐고 해서, -라고 해서, -자고 해서

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는다고/ㄴ다고/ 해서, -냐고 해서, -으라고/라고 해서, -자고 해서


You will notice this comes from the indirect speech grammar point. It used when one hears a fact or truth and acts based on it. When one hears the fact and acts based on that fact 는 다고 해서 is used. When one hears a suggestion and acts apron it we use 자고 해서. When one listens to the question and acts apron it we use 냐고 해서.  When one receives instructions from another person and acts according to it, we use으라고 해서.


주말에 비가 온다고 해서 집에 있기로 했다. (We decided to stay at home this weekend because heard that it is going to rain).

제임스 씨가 어디에 있냐고 해서 지금 우리는 어디에 있(어요/니?). (James asked where are we, do you know where we are?).


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