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What purpose do infinitives like 일어나 and 일어러 serve?

I'm wondering about how the infinitive forms in Korean are used in general and is there a difference between 일어나 and 일아러?

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    the infinitive forms in Korean are used like this.

    1. ~것
    To dance with her is my hobby. (그녀와 춤추는 "것"이 내 취미이다)
    I want to have a new girlfriend (나는 새로운 여자친구를 사귀는 "것"을 원한다.
    My dream is to be a teacher (내 꿈은 선생님이 되는 "것"이다.)
    My goal is to get into Harvard university. (내 목표는 하버드 대학교에 입하는 "것"이다.)

    2. (~할/~하는)
    It is time to go. (가야 "될" 시간이다./ "갈" 시간이다)
    It is the way to win the race. (이것은 경주에서 이"길" 방법이다.)
    I need something to drink. (나는 마"실" 무언가가 필요해)

    3. (~위해)
    I got up early to meet my girlfriend (여자친구 만나기 "위해" 일찍 일어났다.)
    I work out everyday to be strong. (강해지기 "위해" 매일매일 운동한다.)
    I live to eat. (먹기 "위해" 산다.)

    4. (~하니 형용사하다.)
    I am glad to see you. (너를 만"나니" 기뻐)
    She is very happy to finish her homework. (그녀는 숙제를 끝내"서" 기뻐했다.)
    The movie is boring to see. (그 영화를 "보니" 지루했다.)


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