Decoded Slug: ~을래요 [eullaeyo] (Want to)

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~을래요 [eullaeyo] (Want to)

~을래요 [eullaeyo] (Want to)

Short explanation:

Used to express the speaker 'wants' to do something or 'would like' to do something.


Verb Stem + 을래요


저는 오늘 집에서 영화를 볼래요, 외부로 나가기가 너무 추워요.
Jeoneun oneul jibeseo yeonghwareul bollae, oebeuro nagagiga neomu chuwoyo.
I want to watch a movie at home today, it's too cold to go out.
우리 이번 주말에 캠핑장에 가서 텐트를 칠래요, 어떻게 생각해요?
Uri ibeon jumal-e keampingjang-e gaseo tent-eul chillae, eotteoke saengkaekhae?
How about we go to the campground this weekend and pitch a tent?
나는 저녁을 하나 먹을래요, 아직 배가 고파서 더 먹지 않을래요.
Naneun jeonyeogeul hana meogeullae, ajik baega gopaeseo deo meokji anheullae.
I want to eat just one meal in the evening, I don't want to eat more because I'm still hungry.
나는 이번 주말에 팔리를 보러 갈래요, 한국의 문화를 좋아해서 결심했어요.
Naneun ibeon jumal-e pallileul boreo gallae, hangug-ui munhwareul joahaseo gyeolsimhaess-eoyo.
I've decided to go see a play this weekend because I like Korean culture.

Long explanation:

'~을래요 [eullaeyo]' is a verb ending in Korean that is used to express an intention, suggestion, or a polite proposal from the speaker's point of view. It denotes that the speaker 'wants to' do or 'would like' to do. It can also express a plan or a proposal to do something in the future. Note that the verb must be attached directly to a verb stem.

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