So easy ! Let’s Learn Basic Korean Languages With Jiyun Ssam. 기초부터 하기로 해요!

기초부터 하기로 해요!
gichobuto hagiro haeyo!
Let’s start with the basics!

Be going to ~

A/V (으) ㄹ 거예요. (미래시제)- goeyo miraesije
A/V (으) I’ll turn it off. (Future tense)

받침 O -> +을 거예요.
bachim O -> + eul goeyo
prop O -> + I’m going to


받침 X -> +ㄹ 거예요.
bachim X -> +ㄹgoeyo
Prop x -> + It’s going to be mine

읽다-> 읽을 거예요.
iktta -> ilgeul goeyo
To Read- > I’m going to read it.

먹다-> 먹을 거예요.
Moktta -> mogeul goeyo
To eat-> I’m going to eat

재미있다-> 재미있을 거예요.
jaemiittta -> jaemiisseul goeyo
Have fun-> It’s gonna be fun

(=재밌을 거예요.)
jaemisseul goeyo
(=It’ll be fun.)

가다->갈 거예요.
Gada -> gal goeyo
Go> I’m going

보다->볼 거예요.
Boda -> bol goeyo
Look/Watch-> I’m going to watch it

쓰다-> 쓸 거예요.
sseuda -> sseul goeyo
Use-> I’m going to use it

마시다-> 마실 거예요.
Masida -> masil goeyo
Drink-> I’m gonna drink

(*ㅂ받침) (*ㅂ Prop)

덥다-> 더울 거예요.
Doptta -> doul goeyo
Hot-> It’s going to be hot

춥다-> 추울 거예요.
Chuptta -> chuul goeyo
Cold-> It’s going to be cold

맵다-> 매울 거예요.
Maeptta -> maeul goeyo
Spicy-> It’s going to be spicy

(*ㄷ 받침) (*ㄷ Prop)

듣다->들을 거예요.
deuttta -> deureul goeyo
Listen-> I’ll hear you

예문 (yemun)– Example Sentences

철수: 내일 뭐 할 거예요?
cholsu:  naeil mwo hal goeyo
Chul-soo: What are you going to do tomorrow?

지혜: 저는 내일 바다에 갈 거예요. 철수 씨는요?
jihye:  joneun naeil badae gal goeyo cholsu ssineunnyo
Ji-hye: I’m going to the sea tomorrow. What about you, Chul-soo?

철수: 저는 산에서 캠핑을 할 거예요.
cholsu : joneun saneso kaempingeul hal goeyo
Chul-soo: I’m going camping in the mountains.

지혜: 와~! 재밌겠다!! 저도 텐트를 살 거예요.
jihye : wa!  Jaemitkkettta!!  jodo tenteureul sal goeyo
Ji-hye: Wow! That sounds fun!! I’m going to buy a tent, too.

☆선생님 한 마디 (sonsaengnim han madi)/ A word from the teacher

걱정하지 마세요. 다 잘 될 거예요.^^
gokjjonghaji maseyo.  da jal dwel goeyo
Don’t worry. Everything’s going to be fine.^^

‘되다’ is a tough verb to great a grasp on.
Here’s one expression that will help you. ‘되다’ is like ‘to turn out.’

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