Decoded Slug: ~아/어/여야만 하다 [a/eo/yeoyaman hada] (Have to do)

Korean Grammar Point
~아/어/여야만 하다 [a/eo/yeoyaman hada] (Have to do)

~아/어/여야만 하다 [a/eo/yeoyaman hada] (Have to do)

Short explanation:

This grammar point is used to express necessity or obligation; 'have to do', 'must'.


Verb-stem + 아야만 하다 /어야만 하다 /여야만 하다


모든 학생들은 시험을 준비해야만 해요, 그렇지 않으면 실패할 것입니다.
Modeun haksaengdeuleun siheomeul junbihaeyaman haeyo, geureohji anheumyeon silpaehal geosibnida.
All students have to prepare for the exam, otherwise they will fail.
지금 당장 나가야만 해요, 만약 늦으면 비행기를 놓칠 것입니다.
Jigeum dangjang nagayaman haeyo, manyag neujmyeon bihaenggireul nochil geosibnida.
I have to leave right now, otherwise I will miss the plane.
너는 이 일을 마무리해야만 해 서연 집에 갈 수 있어요.
Neoneun i ireul mamurihaeyaman haseo yeon jibe gal su isseoyo.
You have to finish this work in order to go home.
우리는 매일 아침 스트레칭을 해야만 해요, 건강을 유지하기 위해서입니다.
Urineun maeil achim seuteureching-eul haeyaman haeyo, geongangeul yujihagi wihaeseoibnida.
We have to stretch every morning to maintain our health.

Long explanation:

The phrase '~아/어/여야만 하다 [a/eo/yeoyaman hada]' in Korean language is used when someone must do something or has an obligation to do something. It's similar to English expressions such as 'have to', 'need to' or 'must'. It is formed by combining the verb stem with '아/어/여야만 하다', depending on the verb’s final vowel.

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