Is it necessary to use 만약 ? Okay, just like my question, is it necessary to add in 만약 ? Example:- 1) 만약 내일 밤에 비가 오면..... and 2) 내일 밤에 비가 오면..... Is it necessary to add in 만약 ? Is there a difference ? What exactly does 만약 do to the meaning of the first sentence ? Thanks in advance ! ^_^
Feb 28, 2012 8:59 AM
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No difference in meaning, but if you want to emphasize "IF", then you can add "만약" \^o^/
February 28, 2012
It means "if" in English. But by putting (으)면 after verb, you can express "If~" Both sentences are same meaning, and are exactly making sense.
February 28, 2012
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