Decoded Slug: ~게 해서는 안 되다 [ge haeseoneun an dweda] (Shouldn't make/let someone do)

Korean Grammar Point
~게 해서는 안 되다 [ge haeseoneun an dweda] (Shouldn't make/let someone do)

~게 해서는 안 되다 [ge haeseoneun an dweda] (Shouldn't make/let someone do)

Short explanation:

Used to convey the meaning 'shouldn't make someone do' or 'shouldn't let someone do' something.


Verb + 게 해서는 안 되다


자기 시험에만 집중하게 해서는 안 되어요, 다른 사람들의 공부에도 신경을 써야 해요.
Jagi siheomeman jipjunghage haeseoneun an dwoeyo, dareun saramdeul-ui gongbu-edo singyeong-eul sswayahaeyo.
You shouldn't only make them focus on their own tests, they should also care about others' study.
진행하게 해서는 안 됩니다, 계획을 먼저 확인해야 합니다.
Jinhaenghage haeseoneun an doemnida, gyehoeg-eul meonjeo hwaginhaeya hamnida.
You shouldn't let it proceed, checking the plan should come first.
어린이들을 TV 시청만 하게 해서는 안 됩니다, 독서 등 다른 활동도 있어야 합니다.
Eolinideuleul TV sichongman hage haeseoneun an doemnida, dokseo deung dareun hwaldongdo isseoya hamnida.
You shouldn't just let children watch TV, they should also have other activities like reading.
고객을 기다리게 해서는 안 됩니다, 서비스가 빨라야 합니다.
Gogaegeul gidarige haeseoneun an doemnida, seobiseuga pparayahamnida.
You shouldn't make customers wait, the service should be fast.

Long explanation:

'~게 해서는 안 되다 [ge haeseoneun an dweda]' is a Korean grammar point used to express the message that one 'shouldn't make someone do' or 'shouldn't let someone do' a certain action. It is typically used to express an opinion, objective advice or it can also be used to convey criticism of neglect or carelessness. Most often, this grammar point is used in contexts involving someone's treatment of others.

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