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For questions regarding pronouns. Words used instead of a noun or noun phrase.
for questions about the sounds, intonation, and stress of how words are uttered or produced.
For questions seeking resources to assist learning Korean.
For questions dealing with the usage of 사투리 (satoori; Korean regional dialects).
for questions seeking a single word that fits a meaning.
For questions specific to South Korean dialects.
In Korean, spaces are used to recognize different parts of sentences (similar to English and other languages). A set of rules for spacing exist in the Korean language. This tag should be used for ques…
Speech acts are types of conversation turns meant to accomplish a certain purpose. Examples of speech acts include thanking, requesting, refusing, inviting, etc.
For questions regarding Korean as it is spoken, as opposed to written.
Questions related to techniques, strategies or methods for learning Korean.
For questions about technical or specialized words in fields like grammar, IT, politics, sports, etc.
Questions about the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK), an official Korean proficiency test for non-native speakers of Korean.
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 regarding the representation of Korean words in non-Korean scripts (e.g. English), or vice-versa.