English Sentence:

The policeman told the boy not to drop litter.

Korean Translation:

경찰은 소년에게 쓰레기를 버리지 말라고 했습니다.

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경찰

gyung chal

the police

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eun

1. (subject particle) 2. (particle to add emphasis) 3. (particle after a verb to modify a noun, past tense) 4. (particle after an adjective to modify a noun, present tense) 5. (verb ending for present tense) 6. silver

Here: (particle after subject or object word)

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소년

so nyun

boy

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에게

e ge

to, for (someone)

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쓰레기

seu re gi

garbage, rubbish

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eul

1. (object particle) 2. (particle in verb to add meaning of 'perhaps') 3. (particle after a verb or an adjective to modify a noun, future tense)

Here: (particle after object word)

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버리다

buh ri da

1. to throw away, to dump 2. (after verb to add meaning of 'to do completely, to end up doing or to get (it) done')

Here: to throw away

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ji

1. (particle before negative word or question) 2. (particle to finish sentence, casual tone) 3. right? (confirming) 4. paper 5. land, area 6. since, from the time that 7. (particle to connect a question phrase) 8. intelligence

Here: (particle before negative word or question)

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말다

mal da

1. not, not to do (or other verb) 2. to stop, to quit 3. to end up (doing) despite the person's intention or wish

Here: not, not to do (or other verb)

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라고

ra go

1. (relative pronoun, 'that') 2. (particle used after quotation) 3. called

Here: (relative pronoun, 'that')

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하다

ha da

1. to do 2. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something) 3. to have to, must 4. (after verb to tell how another person feels) 5. to say (short version)

Here: to do

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seup

(particle in verb to add politeness, formal)

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니다

ni da

(statement ending in formal tone)

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