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U+B97C, 를
HANGUL SYLLABLE REUL
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Korean

Alternative forms

  • (colloquial) ? (l)

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): []
  • Phonetic hangeul: [?]
Revised Romanization? reul
Revised Romanization (translit.)? leul
McCune-Reischauer? r?l
Yale Romanization? lul

Particle

? o (reul)

  1. indicates the direct object of a verb

Usage notes

Like other Korean particles, ? (reul) is a postposition. It marks the preceding noun as the direct object of the following verb. ? (reul) is optional if it can be inferred that the noun is the direct object (as opposed to the subject).

? (reul) is used only after a word ending in a vowel. If the preceding word ends in a consonant, ? (eul) is used instead:

  • ? + ? => (chaeg + eul => chaeg-eul)
  • + ? => (sagwa + reul => sagwa-reul)

If the noun is the main topic of the sentence and it can be inferred that the noun is the direct object (as opposed to the subject), ? (neun) is usually used instead.

See also

  • (subject marker) ? (ga)
  • (topic marker) ? (neun)

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