-기만 하면 되다 Just Have To / All You Have To Do Is…
August 25, 2009 by tailieutienghan
-기만 하다 (-giman hada) is a verb ending that means “just have to” or “only need to.” -기 (-gi) is a nominalization suffix for verbs, 만 (man) is a particle that means “only,” and 하면 되다 literally means “if you do, it works.” So all together, it means, “all you have to do is….”
오다 (oda) “come”
오 (o) – verb stem
오 + 기만 하면 되다 = 오기만 하면 되다 (ogi-man hamyeon doeda)
오기만 하면 돼. (ogi-man hamyeon dwae) “All you have to do is just come.”
- 책을 한 번 읽기만 하면 돼.
chaek-eul han beon ilkgi-man hamyeon dwae.
“All you have to do is just read the book once.”
- 이걸 보내기만 하면 돼.
igeol bonaegi-man hamyeon dwae.
“You just have to send this.”
- 나한테 말하기만 하면 돼.
na-hante malhagi-man hamyeon dwae.
“All you have to do is just tell me.”
- 나가기만 하면 돼.
nagagi-man hamyeon dwae.
“I just have to go outside.”
- 물어보기만 하면 돼.
mureobogi-man hamyeong dwae.
“You just have to ask.”
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