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Gratsie Ella
-(으)ㄹ게요, -(으)ㄹ 거예요 and -겠어요 What does each and every of these sentence ending express? I know they're all for future tense, and that -(으)ㄹ게요 expresses somehow the intention or determination of the speaker. (also only used with the first person subject) What about the others? Thank you very much, in advance! :)
Feb 15, 2014 5:15 PM
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oh god.. I face..soooooooooooooo difficult question.. if you want to know future tense, I will exclude other things okay. umm basically, 할게요 : I will do 할거예요 : I'm going to 하겠어요. : I will do. I need full sentences!!! can you show me some.. ^ㅡ^? ex) 1. 청소 할께요. I will clean. 2. 청소 할거예요. I'm going to clean. I'm cleaning later. 3. 청소 하겠어요. I will clean. (it has strong will) ----------------------------------------------- those are my answer. now I want to see your examples. please comment below my answer. thank you!
February 15, 2014
Gratsie Ella
Language Skills
Bulgarian, English, Korean, Romanian
Learning Language
Bulgarian, Korean