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Old August 4th, 2013 (06:03 AM).
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Quote originally posted by Andr3w:
Oh man. Isn't it a subject-object-verb structure instead of the English Subject-verb-object structure? So instead of "I play Pokémon.", it would be "I Pokémon play." When I was reading about learning the language a lot of people said that was the hardest part.

Thanks for that offer! I'm pretty surprised as well. I would have thought that Japanese would have been more popular because of Anime.
You're right, in Korean, object comes before the verb. For future reference many other languages do this as well, one I can think of is Japanese.

Since I acquired the language naturally it'll be more difficult to explain some other things (such as differences in how to use words) but I'll try.
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