English Sentence:

That furniture is brand new, and my cat has already scratched it.

Korean Translation:

저 가구는 완전히 새 것인데 제 고양이가 벌써 할퀴어 놓았습니다.

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juh

1. I, me (polite) 2. that 3. low

Here: that

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가구

ga goo

1. furniture 2. household, family

Here: furniture

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neun

1. (subject particle) 2. (particle to add emphasis) 3. (particle after a verb to modify a noun, present tense) 4. (verb ending for present tense)

Here: (subject particle)

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완전히

wan jun hi

totally

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se

1. bird 2. new

Here: new

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gut

thing, object

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이다

i da

1. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something) 2. (particle in verb to add meaning of passivity)

Here: to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something)

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de

1. (particle after word to add meaning of 'and then' or 'but then') 2. place 3. (particle used when telling facts and situations) 4. on, for (doing something)

Here: (particle after word to add meaning of 'and then' or 'but then')

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je

1. the 2. sibling 3. ceremony 4. my (polite) 5. medicine (hanja) 6. to make (hanja)

Here: my (polite)

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고양이

go yang i

cat

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ga

1. (subject particle) 2. edge, rim 3. person, man 4. family 5. (particle after word to add emphasis) 6. if it is (something) or not 7. (particle after verb to add meaning of 'while or when') 8. district 9. price 10. fake 11. street

Here: (subject particle)

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벌써

bul suh

already

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할퀴다

hal qwi da

to scratch

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놓다

no ta

1. to put, to lay 2. to release, to set free 3. to leave 4. to have done something in advance (comes after a verb)

Here: to have done something in advance (comes after a verb)

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니다

ni da

(statement ending in formal tone)

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