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Sentence structure of Korean

Sentence structure of Korean

Basic Korean sentences comprise of the order of subject-object-predicate.

It is different from English sentences organized in the order of subject-predicate-object.

Sentence structure of Korean

While it is described as “I like swimming” In English, it is portrayed as “I swimming like” in Korean.

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