Today we'll be looking at the usage of " N (이)네요, A/V 네요 " Korean grammar point with some example sentences
This grammar pattern is used to indicate that the speaker is impressed or rather surprised by a fact he/she learned anew from a past personal experience. For example, if you want to say, "Wow, it's already summer", then you can say, "벌써 여름이네요". It can be used to indicate your emotional reaction to what you have just realized.
Also sometimes it expresses surprise typically at unexpected or counter-expected events or states.
For example, '오늘은 날씨가 정말 좋네요' means 'The weather is really nice today'.
Conjugation rule :
After removing 다 from the base form of the verb and the stem of the adjective, just add 네요 after it. for nouns, add 네요 at the end when the noun ends with a vowel add 이네요 at the end when the noun ends with a consonant.
Let's see some examples to understand the grammar pattern:-
1) Since it's going to rain tomorrow, you can't go on a picnic, right?
내일 비가 온다고 하니 소풍은 못 가겠네요?
2) If there's gold powder in the liquor, it'll be really expensive, right?
술에 금가루가 들어 있으면 무지 비싸겠네요?
3) 저 꽃꽂이 예쁘네요.
That flower arrangement is beautiful.
4) 이 일이 우습게 되어가네요.
This work is getting ridiculous.
5) 여기 음악은 참 좋네요.
The music here is very good.
6) 야, 이 커피 맛있네요.
Ah, this coffee is good.
7) This drama is fun.
이 드라마 재미있네요.
8) Son is cute!
9) It's already December.
10) The iPhone is expensive.
11) 학생- 겨우 학생이네요.
You are just a student.
12) 의사- 그래서 지금은 진짜 의사네요?
So right now you're an actual doctor?