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What is the difference between 할래요 and 하고 싶어요?

I think -ㄹ래요 is more like "I'm going to...": you announce your intention to do something, implying that you will do it. E.g., (a) (식당에서) 비빔밥 먹을래요. = I'll choose bibimbap. (b) 비빔밥 먹고 싶어요. = ...
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The difference between 싶어 하다 and 싶어지다?

싶어지다 means to start to want something. In general, -어지다 after an adjective (형용사) means to change the state to be (something). E.g., 물이 뜨겁다. The water is hot. 물이 뜨거워졌다. The water got hot. 물이 뜨거워진다. ...
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Auxiliary verb VS. light verb

경동사 is the literal translation of "light verb," so the definitions are originally the same. In Korea, this term seems to be used among a few researchers or experts. Some of them have used the term, ...
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