Snap together grammar
jreidy 2395
My blog talks about my experience learning Korean. Today I am really happy with how this post came out, so I wanted to share.

http://jreidy17.wordpress.com/2014/07/21/snap-t...

I picture grammar like putting puzzle pieces together.
July 2014
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    Yutaka 15406 1621
    I noticed that the sentence structure in Korean is the same as in Japanese.
    I wonder whether the order of words in the sentence can be changed.
    Can you, for example, begin the sentence with Korea?
    "Korea from I came."
    July 2014
  • jreidy 2395
    yes, swapping the order possible. verb comes last.
    July 2014
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    Yutaka 15406 1621
    Thank you, Jreidy.
    July 2014
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    SanneT 487 343
    @jreidy What a lovely blog and what a pertinent post! I am not at all a visual learner, but the idea of little grammar beads sticks, especially so as I used to be a particle in our grammar games at school!

    P.S. How do you get all those pictures to look so good?
    July 2014
  • Interesting perspective on learning Korean grammar. For me, it's no snap though. I've put in hundreds and hundreds of hours, know thousands of words and yet, still I struggle with "putting it all together."

    I so wish it were like snapping blocks together.

    For me, it's all fog and no snaps.
    July 2014