What does 'Jo a' means in Korean?

I am trying to learn Korean language. Thanks.

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  • Cab
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    1 decade ago
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    Jo a = 좋아

    It means "to like" or "good" or "well"

    It depends on the context but when you hear it enough, you'll get the feel for it.

    If you hear someone say "Jo ah" "Jo ah", he is saying "good" "good"

    If you hear someone say "Jo ah he", It means "(I) like (you)".

    Source(s): I'm Korean.
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  • 1 decade ago

    " It's good / That's good / That's fine" could be the meaning of Joah.

    Literally means ' to like'; however, it depends on the situation where you are as I said above.

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  • 1 decade ago

    joh-a means like

    examples:

    nae-ga chek-eul joh-a-yo.

    I(subject marker) book (object marker) like (formal verb ending)

    I like books/the book (depends on context)

    keu-young-hwa joh-a.

    that movie like (informal verb ending)

    (I) like that movie.

    good luck learning Korean... it is very different from English, so it'll take a while to get used to.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    its either good or like : )

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  • 1 decade ago

    좋아 (joa) means "good" or "ok"

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