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Most Important Things We Went Over This Week
- ~겠어요, ~(으)ㄹ게요, ~(으)ㄹ래요 = all first person, colloquial language
- ~을게요 = spoken directly to someone regarding future plans related to them; ~을 거예요 = general future plans
- A ~(으)ㄴ/는데 B = “since A, so then B”
- V ~(으)니까 gives a reason (previously studied) and also expresses discovering surprise
- ~(으)러 can only be used with motion verbs (가다, 오다, 다니다) = “in order to”
- ~(으)려고 can be used with all other verbs = “in order to”
- ~(으)려고 하다 = future intentions “I plan to”
- ~기로 하다 = “I decided to”
- A 위해서 B = “I will do B on account of A” – with noun (을/를 위해(서)); with verb (기 위해(서))
Things that Need More Conversation Practice
- ~을게요 vs. ~을 거예요
- A ~(으)ㄴ/는데 B and A 위해서 B
- ~(으)러, ~(으)려고, ~(으)려고 하다, ~기로 하다 (talking about plans, intentions, actions)
- Expressing surprise with V ~(으)니까.
Things that Need Quizzed
- With any grammar that works with nouns and verbs, what marker is appropriate for each? (N을/를, V기) (위해서)
- Difference between ~(으)러, ~(으)려고, ~(으)려고 하다, ~기로 하다. Which can only be used with movement verbs?
- Difference between ~을게요 and ~을 거예요.
- What’s another use for V ~(으)니까?
- Similarities between V ~(으)니까 and A ~(으)ㄴ/는데 B. Can you make similar sentences with them? (Write)