이에요 Form

이에요 is one of the variation ending styles in Korean of which  basic form is 이다 (dictionary form).이에요 is a kind of  ‘be’ like in English.

  1. Pattern

N1는 N2 이에요

N=Noun/Pronoun

Examples:

  1. 저는헤니이에요. (I am Heni)
  2. 저는선생님이에요. (I am a teacher)

이에요 is placed after a word ends with consonant and 에요 is placed after a word ends with vowel.

저것은코키 리에요. (That is an elephant.)

 

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