English Sentence Structure.pdf
Basic Korean sentence structure is made up of a subject, object, and verb structure. Looking at this sentence structure, we can say that it is quite different from how English sentences are structured. Another thing that differentiates it from another foreign language, like the English language, is the usage of subject and object markers.
english sentence structure.pdf
Korean sentence structure is slightly different. The basic Korean sentence structure is Subject, Object, Verb (SOV). This is the same sentence structure you see in Japanese and to some extent German.
Note that when learning this grammar pattern, there is no space between the two words (the noun and the verb 이다 ida) at the end of the sentence. It is attached to the second noun. The topic marker is attached to the first noun.
We also have object markers, which are important parts of Korean sentence structure. The markers (particles) 를 (reul) and 을 (eul) are used to indicate the object of a sentence. The object in a sentence in Korean is similar to the object in a sentence in English.
If you have Korean friends and know how to type in Korean, you can text them simple sentences over KakaoTalk. Maybe you have a Korean spouse, language exchange partner, or Korean language study buddy that you can practice with.
Once you get used to the basic Korean sentence structures, you can improve your skills by combining sentences together with common phrases, Korean conjunctions, or adding in a bit of Korean slang. In this way, you can easily speak Korean in no time!
A complex sentence consists of an independent clause plus a dependent clause. (A dependent clause starts with a subordinating conjunction or a relative pronoun, and contains a subject and verb, but does not express a complete thought.) 041b061a72