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NOTE 1: SENTENCE WORD ORDER.

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So I am picking up lessons on a site called How To Study Korean, and I will write down here what they teach me in my own words, just so it's a bit easier for me.

SENTENCE WORD ORDER
Korean sentences are written in the following order:
Subject-Object-Verb (Dutch: onderwerp-lijdend voorwerp-gezegde)
E.g.: I hamburger eat
I music listen
I note write
I language speak
It can also be written like this:
Subject-Adjective (Dutch: onderwerp-bijvoegelijk naamwoord)
E.g.: I beautiful
I sad
I sweet
I nice
Every Korean sentence MUST end in either a verb (like eat, sleep or walk) or an adjective (like beautiful, pretty, and delicious).

는 or 은 = goes after the subject of a sentence
Use 는 when the last letter of the last syllable is a vowel: 나 = 나는/저 = 저는
Use은 when the last letter of the last syllable is a consonant: 집 = 집은/책 = 책은

[I는 Hamburger를 Eat]

를 or 을 = goes after the object of a sentence
Use 를 when the last letter of the last syllable is a vowel: 나 = 나를/저 = 저를
Use을 when the last letter of the last syllable is a consonant: 집 = 집을/책 = 책을

에 = goes after the time and/or location indicated in a sentence

[I는 Hamburger를 3 pm에 Eat]
[I는 Hamburger를 Burger King에 Eat]
[I는 Hamburger를 yesterday에 ate]
[I는 Burger King에 went]
[I는 Korean를 learn]

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