Level 3 Lesson 22 / maybe I might… / -(ㅇ)ㄹ 수도 있어요

안녕하세요! In this lesson, we are introducing how to add the meaning of “might” or “could” to your Korean sentences. The structure used in doing so is -(으)ㄹ 수도 있다. Listen in to find out how to use it in natural context and also listen to various sample expressions.

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Level 3 Lesson 22 / maybe I might… / -(ㅇ)ㄹ 수도 있어요
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  • Ana Molina

    I wonder if in the negative sentences is wrong to use (으)ㄹ 수도 없다

  • Sae Ri

    I might be able to work in summer -> 여름에 일할수도 있어요.
    My head might be to big -> 머리가 너무 큰 수도있어요.
    I might not have the grades for university -> 대학 성적이 안 나올 수도있어요.
    I might not be in school tommorow -> 나 내일 학교 안 올 수도 있어.

    If I have mistakes please let me know :).

  • Ramz Claveria

    내일은 여기에 만날소도 있어요
    bukas maari ba tayo ulit dito mag kita

  • Cathal Dunne

    Some practice sentences
    내년 네팔에 갈 수도있어요. Next year, I might go to Nepal.
    오늘은 공부 많이 할 수도 있어요. Today I might study a lot.
    이 주말은 일찍 잘 수도 있어요. This weekend I might go to sleep early.
    나중에 비빔밥을 가족이랑 먹을 수도 있어요. Later I might eat bibimbap with my family.
    내일 밤에 소개팅 있을 수도 있어요. Tomorrow night I might have blind date.

    Looking for practice partners on Kakao. If anyone is interested send me a message
    id: cathaldunne

  • Toni-ann Thompson

    내일 집에 있을 수도 있어요.
    I might be at home tomorrow.

  • BTS.-koi

    sample sentences:
    1. 오늘 지민 씨한테 선물 살 수도 있어요.
    2. 다음 학기는 유학생 일 수도 있어요. 미국에 가고 싶어요.
    3. 오늘 한국인들 만날 수도 있는데 케이밥 페스티벌 가요.


    1. Today I might buy a gift for 지민.
    2. As for next semester I might be a exchange student. I want to go to America.
    3. Today I might meet some Korean people because I’m going to a Kpop festival.

    Feel free to leave corrections!:)

    TTMIK에 공부는 진짜 재미있어요! ^^

  • Hoang Nguyen Huu

    1. 제 말좀 듣을 수도 있어요
    2. 내일은 비울 수도 있어요
    3. 내일은 목요일 인데, 전 슈핑 할수도 있어요