When to use 은/는 1. when you focus on a subject's action not the subject. Ex) He is eating an apple. Translation : 그'는' 사과를 먹고 있다.
2. when you a subject is appeared again in story or fable. Ex) A tall man lived in a high mountain. the man is very wise so he used to help near villager solve problems. Trans : 한 키 큰 남자가 높은 산에 살고 있었습니다. 그 남자'는' 현명하여서 주변 마을 사람들의 문제를 해결해주곤 했습니다.
3.when you compare something. Ex) That Building is higher than this building. Trans : 저 빌딩'은' 이 빌딩보다 높다.
데 : Dependent noun 1. represent place or space Ex There are no any places to go 갈 데가 없다. 2. represent a task or something It took three days to read the book. 그 책을 읽는 데에 3일이 걸렸다. 3. represent a case A Medicine that can be used when you have a headache. 머리 아픈 데 먹는 약
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