(verb) " is used to make a relative clause, which, in korean, is located before a noun. When the predicate of the relative clause is a verb in past tense, - " is used. It is always attached directly to the end of a verb stem. When verb and adjective stems ending with a " are followed by "or , the vowel "is dropped and another "is added to the preceding syllable. With verbs or adjectives ending in the consonant (i. e. , )", the "is dropped when followed by a verb or adjective ending that begins with ", " or. In korean, it is important to note that different articles of clothing take different verbs. In order to describe the state of someone wearing something, these verbs must be used in the past tense. : , , , , , , , , etc. Unit 2 .