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2 dic 2014

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Japanese Sentence Structure:

There maybe no rule for this, but I thought I'd ask; is there specific order things go in when you're speaking in Japanese? I'm having a hard time figuring out what goes where in the sentence and when.

For example: "I walked to the mall alone Sunday" にちようびに ひとりと あるいてで モールに いきました. (hoping it's correct)

How do you know when & where to put the "how", "when", "where", "who", etc. ? It there a basic formula to follow such as: When, who, how, where (like this sentence would follow) or is there any specific rules I should know about for forming a sentence. I can't seem to wrap my head around it :(

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[Novità] Ehi tu! Dico a te che stai imparando una lingua!

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