Q 01: Can someone tell me how to form a korean sentence? Like what order with object verbs nouns pronouns subjects?
A 01: E.g., I ate hamburger yesterday. 저(or 나)는 어제 햄버거를 먹었습니다(or 먹었다). The word order in this sentence is subject+case marker, adverb, noun+case marker, and verb.
Q 02: Also can someone tell me some korean words like everyday saying and how to say them
A 02: Everyday sayings (proverbs) in Korean consist of 속담 and 고사성어(Chengyu: A type of traditional idiomatic expressions originated in China. Mostly, they consist of 4 Chinese characters. Currently, they are used in the East Asian cultural sphere such as China, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, Vietnam, and Japan. 사자성어, 사자성어).
시작이 반이다.: Well begun is half done.
사공이 많으면 배가 산으로 올라간다.: Too many cooks spoil the broth.
시간이 약이다: Time heals all wounds.
무소식이 희소식이다: No news is good news.
낮말은 새가 듣고 밤말은 쥐가 듣는다.: Walls have ears.
e.g.) 고사성어: Each one has a quite interesting episode... :)
유유상종(類類相從): Like attracts like.
위기일발(危機一髮): Close shave.
자업자득(自業自得): As you sow, so you reap. Sow thin and mow thin.
설상가상(雪上加霜): Add insult to injury.
다다익선(多多益善): The more, the better.
Q 03: idk just as much korean information you can tell me please!!
A 03: Uhm... your question is too wide to provide you with a brief answer. I would appreciate it if you give me a specific range...