Verb + (으)ㄹ까요 : Used in multiple ways with different, context dependent, meanings. It may express doubt, or function as a way for the speaker to ask a question of themselves. It can also be used to raise a question to an audience, or to suggest an action or activity. May be translated in a number of ways, including; "Shall we/I..?", "I wonder...", and "Do you think...?.
- Asking someone’s opinion if this person want to do.
- Ss also used for questions, thoughts or guesses.
- Suggesting to do something together
- Special pronunciation rule?
|Rule 1:||Verb + ㄹ까요||If there is no 받침 or if the adj/verb stem ends with a ㄹ 받침||가다: 갈가요? 열다: 열까요?|
|Rule 2:||Verb + 을까요||If there is a 받침 at the end of the adj/verb stem||먹다: 먹을까요?|
|이번 주말에 만날까요?||Shall we meet this weekend?||Polite informal form|
|제가 창문을 열까요?||Shall I open the window?||Polite informal form|
|여름 방학에 지민가 독일에 갔을까요?||Do you think Jimin went to Germany during summer vacation? (context dependent)||Polite informal form|
|이제 집에 갈까요?||Shall we go home?||Polite informal form|
|불 켤까요?||Do you want me to turn on the light?||Polite informal form|
|뭐 드릴까요?||What would you like to have?||Honorific polite form|
|내일 제가 갈까요?||Do you want me to come tomorrow?||Polite informal form|
|여기 잠깐 앉을까요?||Shall we sit here for a second?||Polite informal form|
|같이 농구할까요?||Shall we play some basketball?||Polite informal form.|
|그 여자가 예쁠까?||Do you think that girl will be pretty?||Opinion|