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연결어미 (conjunctional / connective suffix) 관련 질문.

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Why 갖다 instead of 가져 in "차를 갖다 드릴까요"

Even though I've already asked a question about 갖다 as shown here, I just stumbled upon a usage of 갖다 which I find intriguing. The concerned phrase is 차를 갖다 드릴까요?. I know this means "Shall I bring ...
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갖다 vs 가지다: much like 해 instead of 하?

I'm a post-beginner in Korean. Before I go to the point, I guess I should summarize what I know about Korean grammar likely related to this question. I know that, in Korean, the radical of the verbs (...
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Does ~다가 always require an action in the following clause? (Possibly found an exception)

I am listening to Talk to Me in Korean's Iyagi #20 about dreams. I have multiple questions, but unless the mods recommend otherwise, I'll tackle them in separate question entries. So here is the ...
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What is the use of (으)로 here?

'오늘 그사람을 만나면 낯선 사람으로 대할 거예요' The only confusion I have here is 으로 which has the meaning of with, by or towards(a place).This sentence means 'If I meet that person today I am going to treat him like a ...
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What is the difference between 지 and 걸?

I have read the following sentences: 여자는 차가 어디에 있는지 몰라요. 아이들은 아기가 자는 걸 몰라요. I guess the meaning is the following: The woman doesn't know where her car is. The children doesn't know that the infant ...
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How is 니까 used in this sentence?

I stumbled on this question: 집에 __________ 비가 내리기 시작했다. (1) 도착하거나 (2) 도착하니까 (3) 도착하거든 (4) 도착하려고 The right answer is (2). But I don't understand the reason. What is the meaning of '니까' in this ...
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