"The child eats with his hands."
Translation:아이가 손으로 먹습니다.
-로 here marks the instrumental case. The hands are being used for the action of eating. If it were an object, the hands would be the thing being eaten!
I'm sorry but I don't understand your question. What's strange about a subject having a subject particle?
Sorry, I think I was a little confused when I wrote the question. I meant, why doesn't it have the subject paricle 는 here? But there appears to be two subject particles? Why? What's the difference between the two?
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