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Korean Grammar 을 거예요

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This grammar pattern expresses something you plan to do in the future. When comparing it to English, it would be like saying ‘I’m going to’ or ‘I will’.

Example: 주말에 숙제를 할 거예요.

To use this pattern, simply take one verb, remove the stem, and add -(으)ㄹ 거예요 to it. If it ends in a consonant, add -을 거예요. If it ends in a vowel, add -ㄹ 거예요.

Examples:

공부하다 – 다 + -ㄹ 거예요 = 공부할 거예요 (I will study.)

입다 – 다 + 을 거예요 = 입을 거예요 (I will wear.)

보다 – 다 + -ㄹ 거예요 = 볼 거예요 (I will see.)



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