Decoded Slug: ~케하다 [kehada] (To make so that)

Korean Grammar Point
~케하다 [kehada] (To make so that)

~케하다 [kehada] (To make so that)

Short explanation:

Used to indicate the action of making or letting someone or something be in a certain way.


Noun/Action Verb + 케하다


여자친구가 커피를 좋아하니까, 매일 아침 커피를 마시게 했어요.
Yeojachinguga keopireul joahnikka, maeil achim keopireul masike haesseoyo.
Because my girlfriend likes coffee, I made her drink coffee every morning.
부모님이 학벌이 중요하다고 생각해서, 아이들을 혼자 공부하게 만들었어요.
Bumonim-i hakbeol-i jung-yohadago saenggakhaeseo, aideul-eul honja gongbuhage mandeuleosseoyo.
Because the parents think that education is important, they made their children study alone.
친구가 해외여행을 하고 싶어서, 저는 그를 도와 비행기표를 예약하게 했습니다.
Chingu-ga haeoeyeohaeng-eul hago sip-eoseo, jeoneun geul-eul dowahwa bihaenggitpyo-leul yeyaghage haessseubnida.
Because my friend wanted to travel abroad, I helped him and made him reserve an airline ticket.
제 체중이 증가해서, 이제부터 매일 운동을 하게 됐어요.
Je chejung-i jeung-gahaseo, ijebuteo maeil undong-eul hage dwaesseoyo.
Because my weight increased, from now on, I'm made to exercise every day.

Long explanation:

'~케하다 [kehada]' is a grammar pattern used to express the action of making or letting someone or something happen or be in a certain way. It essentially means 'to make' or 'to let'. This pattern is often used when one actively influences or causes a certain state or action from someone else or another thing. The noun or verb before ~케하다 determines the particular state or action being caused or influenced.

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