Decoded Slug: ~혀/어/여야 [hyeo/eo/yeoya] (Have to)

Korean Grammar Point
~혀/어/여야 [hyeo/eo/yeoya] (Have to)

~혀/어/여야 [hyeo/eo/yeoya] (Have to)

Short explanation:

Used to express necessity or obligation; 'have to', 'must'.


Verb Stem + 혀야/어야/여야


기말고사를 위해 어려운 문제들을 많이 풀어야 합니다.
Gimalgosareul wihae eoryeoun munjedeureul mani pureoya habnida.
I have to solve many difficult problems for the final exam.
오늘은 일찍 자야 내일의 피곤을 피할 수 있을 것 같아요.
Oneureun iljjik jaya naeirui pigoneul pihal su isseul geot gatayo.
I have to go to bed early today in order to avoid fatigue tomorrow.
나는 이번 달을 위해 더 많이 돈을 벌어야 해요.
Naneun ibeon dareul wihae deo mani doneul beoreoya haeyo.
I have to earn more money for this month.
프로젝트 제출 전에 팀원들과 미팅을 하여야 합니다.
Peurojekteu jechul jeone timweondeulgwa mitingeul hayeoya habnida.
We have to have a meeting with team members before submitting the project.

Long explanation:

'~혀/어/여야 [hyeo/eo/yeoya]' is a Korean grammar pattern used to indicate the necessity or obligation to do something, similar to 'have to' or 'must' in English. It is usually used when the speaker wants to express that a certain action must be done in order to achieve something, or when there is a compelling need to perform the action. The ending '야' is combined with a verb stem and an auxiliary verb, depending on the verb stem's final vowel.

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