# Tag: particle

• ## 은/는 (topic particle)

N + 은/는 Appending 은/는 to a noun denotes the topic of the sentence. When the noun ends in a consonant, the ending 은 is used. When the noun ends in a vowel, 는 is used. The topic particle is used to specify what you are talking about, or in contrast to other things. This […]

• ## 에,에서 (location, time)

location/time + 에/에서 에 is a particle used to mark location, time or other static situations. 에서 is used to mark locations where some action is happening. 에 roughly corresponds to ‘at,to,in,of,by’, and it usually attached to the location or situation it is marking. 에서 is used the same way, except an action or event […]

• ## 이/가 (subject particle)

N + 이/가 Appending 이/가 to a noun denotes the subject of the sentence. When the noun ends in a consonant, the ending 이 is used. When the noun ends in a vowel, 가 is used. The subject particle is used to indicate the subject of the sentence. This is a more general usage than […]