아/어 + 야지요

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Description

Verb + 아/어/여 + 야 지 : This pattern is used to indicate obligation, but it is stronger and insistent than the grammar patterns V + 아/어 + 야 되다 and V + 아/어 + 야 하다. It is often used as a response to something obvious or said when the other person knows something must be done. When used as a response this pattern is approximately equal to '(Of cource) I have to' ~ or '(Of course) I must ~' in English.

Notes

  • This pattern cannot be used in a question form.

Conjugation Rule

Conjugation Rule
Pattern Case Example
Rule 1: If there is no 받침 or if the adj/verb stem ends with a ㄹ 받침
Rule 2: If there is a 받침 at the end of the adj/verb stem


Sentence Examples

Korean English Notes
밥 먹어야지. I have to eat
다음 역에서 내려야지. You have to get off a the next station This comes off as if the other person should know the next place is where they must get off.


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