Decoded Slug: ~바라다 [barada] (Hope to)

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~바라다 [barada] (Hope to)

~바라다 [barada] (Hope to)

Short explanation:

Used to express the speaker's hope or wish for something.


Verb Stem + 바라다


저는 당신이 사업에서 성공하기를 바라요, 정말로 당신의 노력이 결실을 맺기를 바라요.
Jeoneun dangsin-i sa-eob-eseo seong-gonghagil barayo, jeongmallo dangsin-ui noryeog-i gyeolsil-eul matgigil barayo.
I hope you succeed in your business, I really hope that your efforts bear fruit.
우리 모두가 건강하게 살아가기를 바라는 부모님의 마음을 이해할 수 있어요.
Uri moduga geonganghage sal-agagil bara-neun bu-mo-nim-ui ma-eum-eul ihaehal su iss-eoyo.
I understand the feelings of parents who wish for all of us to live healthily.
교수님이 저에게 대학원에 진학하기를 바라셨어요, 그러나 저는 아직 준비가 안 돼 있어요.
Gyo-su nim-i jeo-ege dae-hak-won-e jin-hak-hagil bara-syeoss-eoyo, geu-reo-na jeo-neun a-jik jun-bi-ga an dwae iss-eoyo.
The professor wished for me to go to grad school, but I'm not ready yet.
난 한국어를 유창하게 말하게 될 것이라고 바라지만, 아직 많이 배워야 돼요.
Nan han-gug-eo-reul yu-chang-hage mal-hage doel geos-i-rago barajiman, a-jik manh-i bae-woya dwae-yo.
I hope to speak Korean fluently, but I still have a lot to learn.

Long explanation:

'~바라다 [barada]' is a conjugation used in Korean to express an individual's hope or wish. It is placed after a verb stem to convey that the speaker anticipates, looks forward to, or hopes for something to happen. It often reflects the speaker's desire in the present for a future situation.

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