Decoded Slug: ~할 거예요 [hal geoyeyo] (Going to do)

Korean Grammar Point
~할 거예요 [hal geoyeyo] (Going to do)

~할 거예요 [hal geoyeyo] (Going to do)

Short explanation:

Used to express future plans or intentions; 'going to do'.


Verb-기 form + 할 거예요


저는 이번 주말에 친구들과 함께 캠핑을 갈 거예요, 텐트와 캠핑 용품을 준비해야 해요.
Jeoneun ibeon jumare chingudeulgwa hamkke kaempingeul gal geoyeyo, tenteuwa kaemping yongpumeul junbihaeya haeyo.
I am going to go camping with my friends this weekend, I have to prepare tents and camping supplies.
내일은 날씨가 좋으니까 공원에서 산책할 거예요, 맑은 날씨를 즐길 수 있을 거예요.
Naeireun nalssiga joheunikka gongwoneso sancaekhal geoyeyo, malgeun nalssireul jeulgil su isseul geoyeyo.
I'm going to go for a walk in the park tomorrow, because the weather will be nice, I will be able to enjoy the clear weather.
저는 저녁에 스파게티를 요리할 거예요, 스파게티 소스와 파스타를 구입해야 해요.
Jeoneun jeonyeoge seupagetireul yorihal geoyeyo, seupageti soseuwa pasauteureul guibhaeya haeyo.
I am going to cook spaghetti in the evening, I have to buy spaghetti sauce and pasta.
아버지가 퇴근하면 함께 식당에서 저녁을 먹을 거예요, 아버지가 좋아하는 음식을 선택해야 해요.
Abeojiga toegeunhamyeon hamkke sikdangeseo jeonyeogeul meogeul geoyeyo, abeojiga joahaneun eumsigeul seontaekhaeya haeyo.
When my father comes home from work, we're going to eat dinner at a restaurant, I have to choose the food my father likes.

Long explanation:

'~할 거예요 [hal geoyeyo]' is a future tense verb ending used in Korean to indicate a plan or intention in the future. It is most closely translated to 'going to do' in English. It is often used in sentences to express an intention or plan to do something in the future.

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