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1. Write the English, and then match the Korean.
2. Write English, and then match Korean.
3. Write the English language, and then match the Korean language.
[Do you use #1?]

  1. Reed

    Any of the three would be okay.

  2. bobpursley

    Depends on the usage, I would go with 3, unless context already established indicates language is being discussed.

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