Korean Word: 것이다
Romanization: gut i da
English Meaning: will, be going to (coming after verb to make future tense)
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Word Forms: 을 것입 (eul gu ship), 거다 (guh da), 거야 (guh ya), 을 거예요 (eul guh ye yo), 거예요 (guh ye yo), 것입 (gu ship), 것이 (gu shi), 거에요 (guh e yo), 겁니다 (gup ni da), 것인 (gu shin), 을 거 (eul guh)

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곧 제 월급이 오를 겁니다.
got je wul geup i o reul gup ni da.
Soon I'll get a raise.
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당신이 무엇을 하든 저는 당신 편에 설 거예요.
dang shin i moo ut eul ha deun juh neun dang shin pyun e sul guh ye yo.
Whatever you do, I will support you.
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연습을 하면 할수록 한국어 실력은 더 늘 거예요.
yun seup eul ha myun hal soo rok han gook uh shil lyuk eun duh neul guh ye yo.
The more you practise, the better your Korean will be.
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안녕히 가세요! 너무 보고 싶을 거예요!
an nyung hi ga se yo! nuh moo bo go ship eul guh ye yo!
Goodbye! I will miss you!
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정말로 엽서를 보내 줄 거예요? 예, 물론이죠!
jung mal ro yup suh reul bo ne jool guh ye yo? ye, mool lon i jyo!
Are you really going to write me a postcard? Yes, of course!
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오늘 우리는 현대미술박물관에 갈 것입니다.
o nool woo ri neun hyun de mi sool bak mool gwan e gal gu ship ni da.
Today, we are going to the museum of contemporary art.
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저는 언젠가 제가 유명해질 것인가가 종종 궁금해집니다.
juh neun un jen ga je ga yoo myung he jil gu shin ga ga jong jong goong goom he jip ni da.
I often wonder, whether I will be famous one day.
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