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소방당국은 긴급 환자들을 헬기를 동원해 병원으로 옮겼습니다

This sentence is from an article here. 소방당국은 긴급 환자들을 헬기를 동원해 병원으로 옮겼습니다. Can I rewrite it like this? 소방당국은 헬기를 동원해 긴급 환자들을 병원으로 옮겼습니다.
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Which pairs of parts of speech are allowed and not allowed in grammatically correct sentences?

I found the names of the 9 parts of speech in Korean from here: Parts of Speech Which word pairs can be found in grammatically correct sentences? I made the text bold if I thought it was allowed and ...
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Is 테니스를 같이 칩시다 gramatically incorrect? In a sentence should the adverb only be placed before the object if there is one?

Is object+adverb+verb an acceptable sentence structure in korean or should it be only adverb+object+verb as in the sentence : 테니스를 같이 칩시다
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The difference of 안 and 않

Korean's one of te hardest spelling is 안 and 않. So I want to know the rules in 안 and 않. Ex) 나는 안 할거야. Ex) 그는 그 일을 하지 않았다.
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How would you say "let's" in Korean?

I wanted to translate the following sentence: Let's make a website for remote sensing and photogrammetry real. A native Korean sent me the following information: Korean has two informal ...
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Do Korean sentences always end with a verb-like word?

I know Korean grammar usually requires sentences to end in a 'verby' word like an action verb (동사), descriptive verb (형용사), or 되다 (to become) or 이다(to be something). But can correct, full Korean ...
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