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Relative clause marker attached to adjectives.
"that/which is big"

Relative clause marker attached to verbs.
"that/who is reading"

Relative clause past tense marker for verbs.
"that/which * did"

"제가 반바지를 입었어요."
The past tense is used to show "wearing" now.
"I am wearing shorts."
(으)ㄴ/는 것 같아요
Final clause to express a guess about something or someone. "seems like/that"
마셔요 --> 마셔

갔어요 --> 갔어
Dropping the final "요" creates more intimate speech used with close friends, younger family, children, & animals.
-자고 하다
Final clause to express reported/quoted propositive statements. "Let's..."
-면 어때요?

"비가 오면 어때요?"
Final clause to convey a blithesome perspective.
"So what if it rains?"
Non-final clause expressing contrast of two dissimilar clauses. "but"
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70 years old
80 years old
90 years old

"제가 반바지를 입고 있어요."
Final clause that can be used to express wearing clothes, etc at the present.
"I'm wearing shorts."
Non-final clause meaning "even though".
Final clause that expresses a change or development from one condition to another.
"become, get"
(으)라고 하다
Final clause for reported/quoted imperatives.
(으)ㄴ 적이 있다

"제가 그 책을 읽은 적이 있어요."
Final clause to express one's past experience doing something.
"I have read that book (before)."
-도 -도
Markers used to show 'both-and'.
Particle used to show that a quantity is greater than expected.

"어디가 아픈지 아세요?"
Non-final clause using question words to ask about something.
"Do you know where it hurts?"
-나고 하다
Final clause for reported/quoted interrogatives.
-게 되다
Final clause to express a final condition after a change.
-기로 하다
Final clause to express the speaker's resolution to do something.