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When you speak, which order do you put your words in (verb, noun, adjective,etc.)?

AskCategory: LanguageWhen you speak, which order do you put your words in (verb, noun, adjective,etc.)?
Nicolexpalms asked 2 months ago
When you speak, which order do you put your words in (verb, noun, adjective,etc.)? For example, in English we would say “mental health”, but in Spanish the words are in different orders.
2 Answers
J Staff answered 2 months ago
In Korean, a sentence it usually begins a noun/subject and end with a verb. But the tricky thing is, you can often leave out the noun/subject part depending on the context and it will still make sense. 
Jessie answered 2 months ago
There is a great YouTube video from Talk To Me In Korean that covers basic sentence structure, here is the link.

And if you want more reading material there is also a great read from the website 90dayKorean, here is the link.
I hope this helps!

funinthesunkauai
replied 1 month ago

Thank you for the links! I already subscribed to the first one, so it’s nice to know it was a good choice. Now to make some time for study. 🙂

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