When to use 할 테 (할 테니까, 할 텐데) and what does it mean
Mar 10, 2014 11:54 PM
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I need some more context but I will just write what comes to my mind. "니까" means "because". 그는 잘 할 테니까 걱정하지마. (Because he will do fine, you don't have to worry about him too much.) "텐데" is "would", used with the subjunctive mood. 내가 그녀의 번호를 안다면, 그녀에게 전화할텐데. ( If I knew her number, I would call her.)
March 12, 2014
you can see a dictionary, such as 네이버, 다음 to find the meaning of the bound noun '터'
March 11, 2014
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