The Korean Writing SystemSyllablesNounsPredicatesFormal and Informal SpeechPre-Final and Final EndingsSpeech LevelAdding ㅓ or ㅏ to a predicate stemWords with 받침Adding 으 to predicates stemsThe Deferential Speech LevelThe Intimate Speech LevelThe Polite Speech LevelThe Plain Speech LevelThe Honorific Ending 시Irregular PredicatesParticlesThe Subject Particle 가 and 이The object particle 를 and 을The Topic Particle 는 and 은Forming a Sentence이다 and 아니다있다 and 없다NegationPast TensePredicates as ModifiersDeterminersBound NounsExpressing desire with 고 싶다NumbersCountersQuestionsThe Particle 에The Plural Particle 들The Possessive Particle 의The Particle 에서The Particle 도The Particle 부터The Particle 까지The Particle 만

The Particle 에서

The particle is added to a noun or particle and has various meanings.
에서 is used to indicate that an action continuously takes place at a location.
Do you only watch TV at home?
에서 is used to indicate a starting point.
I am on my from school now.
에서 is used to indicate a source from which something is derived.
A: I wonder if it will continue to rain even on this weekend?
B: It does not seem so. The weather forecast says it will be clear.
에서 may indicate the reason for doing an action.
I wrote a letter out of gratitude.
Similar to the / 에서 may indicate the topic of a clause.
The government supports kindergarten education expenses.