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This is for people who are interested in learning Japanese or are learning Japanese or if you are one of those people who like to look around a lot. The sentence structure for Japanese can be hard to get the hang of because it's a little different if comparing with English. English structure is Subject-Verb-Object (Sorry might be incorrect) however if it's Japanese it's different. The structure for Japanese is Subject-Object-Verb. So if you were to say "I drink milk" if you put into the Japanese structure it would be "I milk drink". It can be very confusing when you are trying to say something at first but once you use it a lot you will get the hang of it. Hope this helped!