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Understanding pun/art: 파리를 사랑하세요?

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진실 vs 진리: What is "the truth"?

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I do not understand the need of two subject particles in 사람의 이름이 생각이 안 나요

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Does (아/어)야 always mean 'have to/must', or does it have other meanings when used as a conjunction?

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Why is it ~있어요 and not ~이/가 있어요

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What's the meaning and appropriate usage of 잘 부탁드립니다?

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Questions Using 나요

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Nuances of different Korean words for "discipline"

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필요하다, 필요 있다, 필요로 하다 : what's the difference in meaning and usage?

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Should I use honorifics for a group of people containing both me and my seniors?

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What does it mean when we add 이/가 on to the object of the verb?

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Why would someone say '머리가 아프려고 해'?

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Native English Translations that capture the intended emotion of "그래야 비로소"

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Using polite speech (존대말) to children

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Is there any difference between using 다고 해도 and 아/어 봤자 in this translation?

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How to understand the feel and use of written sentences without main verbs?

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As a counter word for books, when would it be appropriate to use '부', and when would I use '권'(券)?

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What's the nuance of meaning of 마음을 먹다 (literally, 'to eat one's mind'), and how does the metaphor work?

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Is it possible to make a list of the (12+?) different meanings of the 이/가 particle (and what would that list be)?

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What is the difference in usage between the endings 다고 and 대?

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How can a non-native Korean speaker say "Pure Korean" or "Native Korean" in Korean?

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Which 품사 is 대신? Is it always 명사?

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Compound verbs : Is it possible to generate them, or are they limited to those already commonly known?

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How to make passives with the 에게 form

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What is the difference between 때 and 에?

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Why does '저녁때 봐요' make sense, when '저녁 봐요' doesn't?

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"Don't be" in Korean

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What is the difference in speaking between the question endings 나, (으/느)냐, and (는/ㄴ)가?