와 is use if there's no patchim words before it - vowel in the end of the word 과 is use after patchim words - consonant For example - 와 : I love apple and grape -> 저는 사과(end with an a(vowel) "gwa")와 포도를 좋아해요. - 과 : I teach Korean at monday and friday -> 월요일(end with a r/l(consonant) "il")과 금요일에 한국어를 가르쳐요.
Same at 랑 and 이랑 랑 = 와 이랑 = 과 But in case you scare your Korean may wrong so use "하고" cuz 하고 will go with all of them even though that word have or not have patchim(use any way it doesn't depend on vowel or consonant), example" - Vowel "Don't have patchim word": I'm learning Korean and English 저는 영어하고 한국어를 공부해요 - Consonant"Have patchim" : Jisoo buys shirt and hat at the market 지수 씨는 시장에서 옷하고 모자를 사요.
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