I’m going to V: (으)려고요

V + (으)려고요 is the contracted form of V + (으)려고 해요, and roughly translates to ‘I am planning to do it’:

제가 매일 한국어를 말하려고요.
I’m going to speak Korean every day.

하루에 20개의 새로운 한국어 단어를 배우려고요.
I’m planning to learn 20 Korean words per day.

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Note the difference between these expressions of intent:

제가 한국에 방문하려고요.
I’m planning to visit Korea.

제가 한국에 방문할 게요.
I will visit Korea (what do you think? – expecting a response)

제가 한국에 방문할 거에요.
I will visit Korea (a more firm idea)

제가 한국에 방문할래요.
I want to visit Korea (I’m determined and you can’t stop me! – a fixed idea)

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누구를 만나려고요?
Who are you planning to meet?

저는 내년에 석사 과정을 시작하려고요.
Next year, I am going to start a master’s program.

선생님에게 물으려고요.
I’m going to ask my teacher.

내일부터 저는 매일 아침에 운동하려고요.
From tomorrow, I’m going to exercise every morning.