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Questions about the rules that govern and structure the language, and the composition of clauses, phrases and sentences. Also pertains to the syntax and morphology of the Korean language.
General questions about word meanings, or finding an appropriate word.
For questions on how to translate particular phrases, words, sentences, or idioms, in cases where the information cannot be found in a general reference such as a dictionary.
for questions about the sounds, intonation, and stress of how words are uttered or produced.
Making the most appropriate choice between words that have similar or overlapping meanings.
Questions about the meaning of certain prefixes, suffixes, words, phrases, sentences, and/or texts in relation to context.
To be used with questions dealing with the writing or reading of Hangul (한글,) the official writing system of Korea.
function words attached to nouns to mark their roles in a sentence, e.g. subject, object, direction, location, instrumentation, etc. Examples include 이/가, (ㄹ)을, (ㄴ)은, (으)로 and 에…
used to reflect the speaker's relationship with the subject of the sentence.Originally, the honorifics expressed the differences in social status between speakers. This tag c…
Questions pertaining to Hanja: the Korean name for Chinese characters. The Korean language has borrowed Chinese characters that have been incorporated into the Korean language.
For questions related to the origin or derivation of Korean words.
for questions on "spelling". This tag is for questions concerning spelling and the written representation of the Korean language, especially spelling and word breaks.
Questions related to older stages and the historical development of the Korean language (both speech and writing).
for questions seeking a phrase that fits a given meaning or situation.
for questions seeking a single word that fits a meaning.
a phrase established by usage as having a meaning not necessarily clear from the individual words.
For questions regarding the representation of Korean words in non-Korean scripts (e.g. English), or vice-versa.
For questions regarding adjectives. Words that modify nouns by giving additional information.
identify people, places or things.