Word Order of Korean Sentences
Korean, like Japanese, always has verb at the end of a sentence.
For a simple English sentence, you would say
But in Korean, the word order for this sentence could be:
You can see that particles are used to identify whether Tom or Apple is the subject of the sentence.
Because Korean adjectives are verb-like and do not require verb to be in a sentence construction, in English you would say:
In Korean, it is:
A complete Korean sentence may simply be a single verb. It could have different meanings under difference circumstances, as the subject is not specified.