Unlike the English language which is SVO (subject, verb, object), Japanese is SOV. The verb will always come at the end. A typically Japanese sentence is the less important information to the most important information. When a person speaks Japanese, they use the adjectives before nouns. In addition, normally omitting the subject when the subject is already known. Japanese uses particles to mark each part of the sentence.

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