What’s the difference between Object, Subject and Topic marking particles?

This is one of the biggest confusion when you start learning Korean

을/를 vs. 이/가 vs. 은/는

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Every learner will ask this question at some point. A Twitter follower asked me this question last week.

I can understand why you’re confused.

This ‘marking particles’ do not exists in English language.

Open any grammar book and you’ll see this definition:

“Topic marking particle” is used to mark the topic.

It’s not helpful at all, is it?

No amount of articles and books and revision could make this clear for you.

This panda will help you understand

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I want to help you get over this roadblock so that you move on to learning more important things. Like improving your listening with our Natural Korean Conversation.

Watch the video below and find out how a wrong use of marker can have a totally different meaning.

Watch this video now. It’ll end your confusion.

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Who ate the panda? Object vs. Subject vs. Topic marking particles.

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