Korean Grammar Intermediate – 어야/아야/여야 (Only If)

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Intermediate Korean Grammar

– 어야/아야/여야
This Grammar point basically translates to “Only If”
it is used when the fact of the situation in the beginning of the sentence of the sentence is a necessary condition for the situation at the end. it is at

attache to a verb stems. After verb ending with vowels other than 아,야,오, ㅡ어야 is used and after ending with vowels 아,야,오. -어야 is used. After verbs with 하다 ending 여야 is used.

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