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Foundational Korean: Grammar Basics Course Glossary

Inflectional Morphology

(Last edited: Thursday, 7 July 2022, 10:51 AM)


Inflectional morphemes (also called simply “inflections”) are suffixes that are applied to words to denote a grammatical meaning. For example, 김치가 is a subject whereas 김치는 is a topic and 김치를 is a direct object. The inflections have changed something about the grammatical meaning of the word. In these cases, it has change the role of word in the subject.

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