Level 4 Lesson 2 / Do you want to …? / -(으)ㄹ래요?


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Level 4 Lesson 2 / Do you want to …? / -(으)ㄹ래요?
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  • Zeinab Manzouri

    1. 오늘 점심에 우리 뭐 먹을래요?
    Today what shall we eat for lunch?

    A: 언니 나랑 놀자. 언니 제발…
    B: 야! 너 맞을래?! 당장 나가!
    A: 난 안 갈래! 여기 있을래! 언니 나중에 공부해도 돼.
    A: unni play with me. Unni please…
    B: do you wanna get hit?! Get out now!
    A: I’m not going any where! I wanna stay here. You can study later.

  • 조슈아

    아빠: 예쁠래?
    엄마: 응.
    아빠: 그래서 세수하고 화장을 하세.
    엄마: 죽을래!?
    아빠: 예쁠래?
    엄마: …어디에서 제 화장 있어?

    Dad: Do you want to be pretty?
    Mom: Yea.
    Dad: Then wash your face and put on make-up.
    Mom: Do you want to die?
    Dad: Do you want to be beautiful?
    Mom: … Where is my make-up?

    형: 피자를 먹고 싶어?
    나야: 아니야. 아이스크림을 먹고 싶어.
    형: 케익을 먹고 싶어?
    나야: 아이스크림을 먹을 게요!
    형: 치즈를 먹-
    나야: 아이스크림을 먹을래!!

    Brother: Do you want to eat pizza?
    Me: No. I want to eat ice cream.
    Brother: Do you want to eat cake?
    Me: I want to eat ice cream! [more demanding]
    Brother: *begins asking if ‘I’ want to eat cheese*
    Me: I want to eat ice cream!! [climax of demanding]

  • gofchu

    1. 같이 축구할래요?
    Wanna play soccer together?

    2. A: 저는 나갈개.
    B: 어디에 갈개?
    A: 은행에 갈거애.
    B: 내일에 못갈거애?
    A: 못가. 내일에 대학에갈래.

    A; I will go out. (If you don’t mind)
    B: Where will you go.
    A. I’m going to go to the bank.
    B: Can’t you go tomorrow?
    A: I can’t. Tomorrow I’m going to go to the university. (I’m so determine)

    A: 왜 집에 일찍 와요?
    B: 우리저녁을 요리할래서.

    A: Why do you come home early?
    B: Because I’m going to cook our dinner.

    Please correct me if I’m wrong 🙂

    • Olivia Simmer

      your close there is some typos though.
      instead of 개 its 게 same for 거애 is 거야.

    • gofchu

      Thank you. I really appreciate your help.

  • Kristen Parks

    So when using this as a question to ask if someone wants to do something or to express that you want to do something is it interchangeable with -고 싶어요?? Can I say? Jib-e gal-le-yo?
    집에 갈래요 as well as jib-e ga-go-shipeo-yo? 집에 가고 싶어요? Same as asking questions are they interchangeable?