Decoded Slug: ~해야겠다 [haeyagetda] (Should do)

Korean Grammar Point
~해야겠다 [haeyagetda] (Should do)

~해야겠다 [haeyagetda] (Should do)

Short explanation:

Used to express an intention or resolution to do something in the future.


Verb + 아/어/여야 겠다


당신이 그 일에 계속 대처하지 않는다면, 저는 뭔가를 해야겠어요.
Dangsini geu irae gyesok daecheohaji anheumyeon, jeoneun mwongareul haeyagesseoyo.
If you continue to not handle that issue, I should do something.
제가 이런 실수를 반복하지 않기 위해서는 더 많이 연습해야겠어요.
Jega ireon silsureul banbokhaji anhgi wihaeseoneun deo mani yeonseubhaeyagesseoyo.
In order not to repeat such a mistake, I should practice more.
우리는 팀원들과의 의사소통을 개선하기 위해 더 많이 노력해야겠어요.
Urineun timweondeulgwaui uisahsotongeul gaeseongi wihae deo mani noryeokhaeyagesseoyo.
We should try harder to improve communication with our team members.
이번 시험을 통과하려면 더 열심히 공부해야겠어요.
Ibeon siheomeul tonggwahaeryeomyeon deo yeolsimhi gongbuhaeyagesseoyo.
In order to pass this exam, I should study harder.

Long explanation:

The phrase '~해야겠다 [haeyagetda]' in Korean grammar is used to show a decision made by the speaker with an intention or firm resolution to do something in the future. Most commonly, it translates to English as 'should do', 'ought to do' or 'must do', reflecting a sense of importance or necessity in the speaker's intention.

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