Decoded Slug: ~을/ㄹ지도 모르다 [eul/ljido moreuda] (Might)

Korean Grammar Point
~을/ㄹ지도 모르다 [eul/ljido moreuda] (Might)

~을/ㄹ지도 모르다 [eul/ljido moreuda] (Might)

Short explanation:

This is used to express uncertainty or possibility.


(Verb stem + 을/ㄹ지도 모르다)


내일 비가 올지도 모르니까 우산을 가져가세요.
Naeil biga oljido moreunikka usaneul gajyeogaseyo.
It might rain tomorrow, so take an umbrella.
그는 다음 회의에 참석할지도 모릅니다.
Geuneun daeum hoeuie chamseokhaljido moreumnida.
He might attend the next meeting.
저는 아마 내년에 한국으로 이사할지도 모르겠어요.
Jeoneun ama naenyeone hangugeuro isahaljido moreugesseoyo.
I might move to Korea next year.
그녀가 그 소식을 알고 있을지도 모르죠.
Geunyeoga geu sosigeul algo isseuljido moreujyo.
She might know that news.

Long explanation:

'~을/ㄹ지도 모르다 [eul/ljido moreuda]', or simply 'might' in English, is a grammar pattern that is used to represent the speaker's uncertainty or to express the possibility of a future event or condition. The pattern can be translated into English as 'might' or 'might not' depending on context. The verb should match the subject in formality and respect in its form.

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