Are you looking for the Hanja character 자? See: 자 (한자).
V + 자 : This is used to suggest the listener they do some sort of action together. Similar to saying "Let's ~" in English. This pattern is considered 반말 and should not be used towards elders, strangers and in formal situations in general.
- Unlike a lot of grammar patterns, you cannot add 요 to make this more polite. For a more polite and formal form see ㅂ시다
|Rule 1:||Verb + 자||If there is no 받침 or if the adj/verb stem ends with a ㄹ 받침||가다 → 가자|
|Rule 2:||Verb + 자||If there is a 받침 at the end of the adj/verb stem|
|열심히 공부하자.||Let's studying hard (for the test).|
| "내일은 언니 생일인데 선물이 없어."
"어 정말? 그러면 선물을 빨리 사자!"
| "Tomorrow's my sisters birthday and I don't have a gift for her."
"Seriously? Well then let's hurry and buy one!"
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