Is this Korean ending implying the future tense? 우리 가족들은 어디에 있을까요?
Sep 16, 2012 7:38 AM
Answers · 2 my humble opinion, It depends on the situation. It sounds like normal qustion sentence in the ordinary situation for example " Where are my family?" but if you mentioned your family before and when you finish writing with your sentence, It sounds like It implicit about future
September 16, 2012
NO. Future is not a category that is marked morphologically in Korean, and your sentence can be used for present and future. "우리 가족(들)은 지금 어디에 있을까요?" (Where would my family be NOW?) / "우리 가족(들)은 10년 후에 어디에 있을까요?" (Where would my family be in 10 YEARS?)
September 16, 2012
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