TOPIK 1 Vocabulary List - kdict.org -
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Indicates the subject of a sentence.(Compare with Japanese が) Indicates the subjective complement of a sentence, usually used with 되다 (doeda, “become”) or 아니다 (anida, “be not”).
to teach or impart knowledge. to send someone to school. to tell or show someone how to do something. to tell someone about something. to point (=가리키다)
age of a person or other living thing
(semantic) marks the topic of the sentence. (not to be confused with the subject of the sentence) (semantic) depending on context, shows contrast with or adds emphasis to the preceding word or phrase in a sentence.
to go somewhere for a purpose; to attend to commute
five (Native Korean)
as well; too; either, or (negative) neither, nor even
indicates the direct object of a verb
(to be) many, much, a lot, plentiful
many, much, a lot, plenty, in abundance
to be delicious
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