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I know that when conjugating a korean verb in past tense, you use 었어요 or 았어요 ... (add to the verb stem for informal polite form) but how come I keep seeing past tense verbs conjugated like: “...있었어” (as an example) where is the “요?” I’ve seen this elsewhere and I don’t know why the 요 appears to be missing...

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I know that when conjugating a korean verb in past tense, you use 었어요 or 았어요 ... (add to the verb stem for informal polite form) but how come I keep seeing past tense verbs conjugated like: “...있었어” (as an example) where is the “요?” I’ve seen this elsewhere and I don’t know why the 요 appears to be missing...
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