기로 하다 “Decide to” | Live Class Abridged

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Last Sunday’s live stream was all about the ~기로 하다 form.

This form is used to say that you (or someone else) decided or promised or planned or agreed or resolved to do something.

We’ll learn how to use it in the past tense, as well as even in the present tense.

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Last Sunday’s live stream was all about the ~기로 하다 form.

This form is used to say that you (or someone else) decided or promised or planned or agreed or resolved to do something.

We’ll learn how to use it in the past tense, as well as even in the present tense.

The post 기로 하다 “Decide to” | Live Class Abridged appeared first on Learn Korean with GO! Billy Korean.



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