Decoded Slug: ~할 수 있다 [hal su itda] (Can do)

Korean Grammar Point
~할 수 있다 [hal su itda] (Can do)

~할 수 있다 [hal su itda] (Can do)

Short explanation:

Used to express the possibility; 'can' do something.


Verb stem + -ㄹ/을 수 있다


저는 한국어를 조금 할 수 있어요, 그래서 한국에 관심이 많아졌어요.
Jeoneun hangugeoreul jogeum hal su isseoyo, geuraeseo hanguge gwansimi manhajyeosseoyo.
I can speak a little Korean, so I became very interested in Korea.
당신이 생각한대로 할 수 있어요, 당신이 그 일을 가장 잘 알고 있으니까요.
Dangsini saenggakhandeaero hal su isseoyo, dangsini geu ireul gajang jal algo isseunikka.
You can do as you think, because you know that task best.
이것은 누구나 쉽게 할 수 있는 일이에요, 너무 걱정하지 마세요.
Igeoseun nuguna swipge hal su issneun ilieyo, neomu geokjeonghaji maseyo.
This is something anyone can do easily, so don't worry too much.
주말에 시간이 있으면, 제가 차를 고칠 수 있어요.
Jumare sigani isseumyeon, jega chareul gochil su isseoyo.
If I have time on the weekend, I can fix the car.

Long explanation:

'~할 수 있다 [hal su itda]' is a grammar pattern used in Korean to indicate that one has the ability or possibility to do certain action. It translates to 'can' in English. It is often used to express one's ability or skills, or that a certain situation is possible.

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