Talk:이

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Confusingly linked from this.

이- as a prefix means this. It is part of a set as follows:

  • 이 - this (near speaker)
  • 그- that (near listener, or "what we were just talking about")
  • 저- that over there (away from both of us!)

As a postposition particle, 이 goes with 가 as a subject marker. Ed Poor

Passivization suffix[edit]

Looks like this entry requires an additional etym section for —이— (-i-, passive suffix), as in 틀리다 (teullida) etc. ‑‑ Eiríkr Útlendi │ Tala við mig 02:10, 3 March 2014 (UTC)

See also[edit]

This is the second page where I have encountered the same table under "See also."  "See also" is for referring to another page.  This table would be better off as a Wikipedia article, which multiple Wiktionary entries could point to.  Otherwise improvements made in one instance will not be made in the others. —This comment was unsigned.

1. The see also section currently not only refers to another page but to multiple pages, no? (am I misunderstanding you?)
2. We have Appendix pages on Wiktionary, which might be more appropriate than Wikipedia (but I personally think See also is fine)
3. You don't need to worry about copies becoming out of sync: if you look at the code, it has "{{Korean demonstratives}}", which means that the main text is at Template:Korean demonstratives and is being included from there :)
suzukaze (tc) 06:56, 3 March 2018 (UTC)