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Expressing intent in Korean with “I will” Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Uncategorized

Today, you are going to learn how to say “I will do it for you” in Korean. The grammar point is “V.S. + 을/ㄹ + 게(요)”.  I will do it for you/제가 할게요/ jae ga hal gae yo.”   I will give you some example sentences how you can use them in the sentences.  Please see the examples below with phonetic alphabet.

To do 하다 + 을/ㄹ + 게(요) = 할게요

I will do it for you/ 제가 할게요/ jae ga hal gae yo.

To meet 만나다

I will meet him for you/ 제가 대신 만날게요/ jae ga dae sin man nal gae yo.

To go  가다

I will go there for you/제가 거기에 갈게요/ jae ga geo gi ae gal gae yo.

To see 보다

I will see it for you/ 제가 볼게요/ jae ga bol gae yo.

To wear 입다

I will wear for you/ 제가 입을게요/ jae ga ip eul gae yo.

To buy 사다

I will buy for you/ 제가 살게요/ jae ga sal gae yo.

To tell 말하다

I will tell him for you/ 제가 말할게요/ jae ga mal hal gae yo.


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Soo came to America in 2002 for studying English and getting degrees in higher education. He’d never expected to work in America after he finished his college, but he got a great job in construction and had worked with them for three years. He also has working as a FT and PT Korean instructor and tutor for seven years in Korean and America. He got his TESOL certificate in 2011 and finished his master’s degree in 2014.