Decoded Slug: ~(으)ㄹ래요 [(eu)llae yo] (I will)

Korean Grammar Point
~(으)ㄹ래요 [(eu)llae yo] (I will)

~(으)ㄹ래요 [(eu)llae yo] (I will)

Short explanation:

This grammar point is used when the speaker is suggesting doing something or explaining his/her intention.


(Verb stem) + (으)ㄹ래요


저녁에 같이 영화를 볼래요? 제가 좋은 영화를 찾아보았어요.
Jeonyeoge gachi yeongwareul bollae yo? Jega joheun yeongwareul chajabwasseoyo.
Do you want to watch a movie together in the evening? I have found a good movie.
날씨가 좋으니까 외부에서 점심을 먹을래요. 신선한 공기를 즐기면서 식사할 수 있어요.
Nalssiga joheunikka oebueseon jeomsimeul meogeullae yo. Sinsaenghan gonggireul jeulgimyeonseo siksa hal su isseoyo.
Since the weather is nice, I want to eat lunch outside. We can enjoy fresh air while dining.
오늘 저녁에 저와 체스를 둘래요? 제가 오랫동안 연습해 왔어요.
Oneul jeonyeoge jewa cheseureul dullae yo? Jega oraesdongan yeonseuphae wasseoyo.
Do you want to play chess with me this evening? I have been practicing for a long time.
당신의 분실물을 찾을래요. 택시 드라이버에게 연락해 볼게요.
Dangsinui bunsilmureul chajeullae yo. Taeksi deuraibeoege yeonlakhae bolgeyo.
I will look for your lost item. I will try contacting the taxi driver.

Long explanation:

'~(으)ㄹ래요 [(eu)llae yo]' is a Korean grammar structure used to express the speaker's intention or decision to perform an action. It can also indicate a suggestion provided by the speaker, inviting others to join them in an action. This form is usually used in informal (or polite but casual) situations among friends, family, and people who are about the same age or younger.

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