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Restrictive and non-restrictive modification in Korean

Restrictive and non-restrictive modification in Korean The Korean language does not have non-restrictive modification Unfortunately, there is practically no non-restrictive modification in Korean ...
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How to properly use the middle dot (·; 가운뎃점)?

The standard usage is as follows: 가운뎃점(ㆍ) (1) 열거할 어구들을 일정한 기준으로 묶어서 나타낼 때 쓴다. [예] 민수ㆍ영희, 선미ㆍ준호가 서로 짝이 되어 윷놀이를 하였다. [예] 지금의 경상남도ㆍ경상북도, 전라남도ㆍ전라북도, 충청남도ㆍ충청북도 지역을 예부터 삼남이라 일러 왔다. (2)...
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How to properly use the middle dot (·; 가운뎃점)?

According to 토픽 II 쓰기 100점 받자 (a TOPIK writing book), it says: 문장의 성분이 같은 것들을 여러 개 나타낼 때 씁니다. (Writing lists in a sentence.) 예) 일본 · 영국 · 필니핀은 모두 섬나라이다. (Japan, England, and the Philippines are all ...
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How to properly use the middle dot (·; 가운뎃점)?

https://ko.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/%EA%B0%80%EC%9A%B4%EB%8E%83%EC%A0%90 The link shows several different usages, although I'd personally divide it into two big segments: To organize a list To notate an ...
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How to properly use the middle dot (·; 가운뎃점)?

The "·" (middle dot) symbol is known as an interpunct. I assume you're asking about what is used for in English and Korean. In English, although seemingly not commonly used, an interpunct ...
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