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      <p ns="0" title="겠다" snippet="...t-person statements, the ending -겠- expresses intention or will. In this &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;, it is mostly used with [[formal]] grammar patterns such as [[A/V + (스)�&#10;*For the past tense version of 겠다 (supposition &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;), see [[A/V + 았/었 + 겠다]]&#10;" size="4010" wordcount="461" timestamp="2011-04-28T00:26:45Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="N + 마다" snippet="&#039;&#039;&#039;Noun + 마다&#039;&#039;&#039; : The &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; of this pattern is &#039;&#039;&#039;every ~&#039;&#039;&#039;.&#10;" size="1826" wordcount="193" timestamp="2011-04-25T00:13:55Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="받침" snippet="If a consonant is in the final position and it is not followed by a vowel (&lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; it is the last syllable of the word or followed by another consonant), then&#10;" size="9764" wordcount="1213" timestamp="2012-01-30T04:43:46Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="(으)ㄹ래요" snippet="Examples for &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; #2.&#10;|Comment3 =Polite informal form. The &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; depends on the context.&#10;" size="5038" wordcount="645" timestamp="2016-08-11T02:53:44Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Grammar syntax" snippet="...ld have no problems understanding the syntax. The first table explains the &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; of the all syntax used, while the second table below breaks the syntax down&#10;! Syntax !! &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;Meaning&lt;/span&gt; !! Example !! Comment&#10;" size="6023" wordcount="640" timestamp="2010-03-05T00:31:25Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="(으)ㅁ" snippet="! Adjective/Verb!! Noun !! &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;Meaning&lt;/span&gt;&#10;" size="2913" wordcount="305" timestamp="2014-01-15T02:14:24Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Counting items" snippet="... Sino-Korean). Sometimes the same Korean word is used, but has a different &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; based on the number system, i.e. 분, 번, etc.&#10;! Item !! &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;Meaning&lt;/span&gt; !! Example !!Notes &#10;" size="15455" wordcount="1478" timestamp="2010-05-31T23:55:05Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="(으)면" snippet="...(s) week(s), month(s) etc] &#039;&#039;&#039;있으면 Noun + 이다&#039;&#039;&#039; pattern, then the &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; of 있으면 is &amp;quot;in (time period)&amp;quot; or &amp;quot;after (time period).&amp;quot; See [[A/V + (�&#10;" size="3770" wordcount="433" timestamp="2011-04-25T01:05:29Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Emoticons" snippet="! &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;Meaning&lt;/span&gt;&#10;...posed to be like an animal nose (think dog or cat) and makes it more cute. &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;Meaning&lt;/span&gt;: ?&#10;" size="2717" wordcount="389" timestamp="2012-12-14T02:54:33Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="N + 에서" snippet="#Used to indicate the place where an action occurs. The &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; is like &#039;&#039;&#039;in&#039;&#039;&#039; or &#039;&#039;&#039;at&#039;&#039;&#039; in English.&#10;" size="2037" wordcount="236" timestamp="2013-04-15T20:01:33Z" />
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