How to speak korean?

I have trouble in speaking korean because of word order in sentence. I always am confusing and do not make a right sentence.

can you give me some advice? Thank you.

Jan 14, 2016 4:02 AM
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Korean sentence structure is different from English.

The basic English sentence structure is:

Subject – Verb – Object(SVO)

where as in Korean is:

 Subject – Object – Verb(SOV).

For example:

English: I (Subject) Love(Verb) You(Object) = I love you

Korean: 저는[Jeo-Neun](Subject) 당신을[Dang-sin-eul](Object) 사랑합니다 [Sa-rang-ham-ni-da](Verb)

In Korean,if it is clear within the context of the sentence,the subject is often omitted. For example:

사랑합니다 [Sa-rang-ham-ni-da]=I love you

March 24, 2016

Thank you for your help.

How long have you learned korean? I think you really understand Korean.


March 24, 2016