Edit: This post has been updated. It previously stated that this verb stem was used to say that a person’s future action were determined by what someone else said, however, that’s incorrect. This verb stem is used to reflect actions regardless of what the other person says.
Alright, so today is the last example of this before we move on to a new topic. This will be a really short post as by now I’m sure you could use this in your examples.
살 거예요 (sal geoyeyo) | “I will buy”
- 내가 내 차를 판매 할 갈거야. (aega nae chaleul panmae hal galgeoya.) | “I am going to sell this car.”
- 너의 차를 살 거예요. (neoui chaleul sal geoyeyo.) | ” I will buy your car.”
In this example, we don’t know all the circumstances behind someone making a purchase of the car but what we do know is that he/she is buying this car and because of the verb stem used, it shows that they would’ve bought the car regardless. They’re just buying the car.
So that’s it for this week! Next week we’ll talk about the other version to say this.
See ya next week!