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Gender pronouns (Review: Female characters - Ok Nyeo, Jung Nan Jung, Shin Hye, Lee So Jung, and Ga Bi; Male characters - Tae Won, Park Tae Soo, Sung Ji-heon, Kang Sun Ho aka Chief Kang, Officer Ji, Gong Jae Myung, Jeo Chool Gi, and Chung Doo)
Prepositions
Subject-verb agreement
Vocabulary

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