Korean language
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Source: Wikipedia, January 2021
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Author's Introduction


Contents
  1. History
  2. Names
  3. Classification
  4. Geographic distribution and international spread
    → 4.1 Official status
    → 4.2 King Sejong Institute
    → 4.3 TOPIK Korea Institute
  5. Dialects
  6. Phonology
    6.1 Consonants
    6.2 Vowels
    6.3 Allophones
    6.4 Morphophonemics
  7. Grammar
    → 7.1 Speech levels and honorifics
    → → 7.1.1 Honorifics
    → → 7.1.2 Speech levels
  8. Gender
  9. Vocabulary
  10. Writing system
  11. Differences between North Korean and South Korean
    → 11.1 Pronunciation
    → 11.2 Spelling
    → 11.3 Spelling and pronunciation
    → 11.4 Grammar
    → 11.5 Vocabulary
    → 11.6 Punctuation
  12. Study by non-native learners
  13. See also
  14. References
  15. Further reading
  16. External links

Comment:

See Wikipedia: Korean Language.

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