Asking Questions: In Korean you can ask a question by simply changing intonation of your voice.

In other words, you can use a questioning tone. Another way to ask a question in Korean is by adding "입니까? (imnikka)" after a verb. Here are additional examples of asking questions in Korean: which - 어느 : eoneu to be married - 결혼하다 gyelhonhada wedding / marriage. - 결혼 gyelhon example: which son is married? (formal) - 어느 아들이 기혼입니까? : eoneu adeuli gihon ipnikka? here is another way to say: which son is married? (formal) 어느 아들이 결혼했습니까? eoneu adeuli gyelhonhaetseupnikka? example: which son is married? (casual formal) 어느 아들이 기혼이에요? eoneu adeuli gihonieyo? here is another way to say: which son is married? (casual formal) 어느 아들이 결혼했어요? eoneu ageuli gyelhonhatseoyo? example: which son is married? (informal) 어느 아들이 기혼이야? eoneu adeuli gihoniya here is another way to say: which son is married? (informal) 어느 아들이 결혼했어? eoneu adeuli gyelhonhaetseo? For more Korean audio and text visit: http://www.learningkoreanlanguage.com/korean

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