N은/는¹ N이에요/예요.

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Let’s see the conversation below to understand the context of the use of this grammar:

안녕하세요
Hello.
네, 안녕하세요?
Hello.
 유양이에요.
I’m Yooyang.
 김우빈이에요.
I’m Kim, Woobin.

N은/는¹ N이에요/예요.
N is the noun. ‘은/는’ is used with a noun to denote the topic or theme of a sentence. When the noun ends in a consonant, use ‘-은’, and when the noun ends in a vowel, use ‘-는’.

‘N이에요/예요’ is attached to the end of a noun to make the noun function like a verb in regular conversation. When the noun ends in a consonant, use ‘이에요’, and when the noun ends in a vowel, use ‘예요’.

 회사원이에요.
I am an office worker.

스티브 씨 미국 사람이에요.
Steve is American.

이것 잡지예요.
It is a magazine.

Vocabulary:
저: I (It is used when the speaker refers to oneself by lowering oneself to the listeners.)
회사원: an office worker
씨: Mr.
미국 사람: (an) American
이것: this
잡지: a magazine

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