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"If" and "When" (면, 때, 다면, etc.) | Live Class Abridged

Can you tell the difference between (으)면 and ㄹ때?

Both of these forms can mean "if" but they're used different ways.

I made a video summarizing how to say "if" and "when" in Korean which covers these forms, as well as a few other related ones.

Check it out here~!

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