27 Nov 2014
Question about Korean
It seems like there are many, many situations when (으)로 is used with a noun to strengthen the relationship between the noun and the verb e.g., I write with a pen. 펜으로 써요. Are there other phrases or situations when it is used in addition to "with/by/for/in the direction of something" that help me to learn when to use this particle?
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