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How do you know when to use 이/가, 는/은, and 을/를?

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Base language: English
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    리사는
    리사가
    리사를
    도넛을
    도넛이
    like this.

    이/가 for every noun that uses intransitive verb (subject), 을/를 for every noun to be used with transitive verb (object), 은/는 for the noun that is a topic of a sentence (in comparative clauses there can be several nouns with 은/는).. 은/는 also can be uaed as verb-endings in certain grammar rules, so don't confuse it with topic marker. 을 can be used as verb ending too for those verbs with 받침 in verb stem, so don't confuse with it too..Other than that, it's pretty straightforward :)

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