English is a subject-verb-object language. What that means is the average English sentence starts with a subject, then has a verb, then has an object. On the other hand, Japanese is a subject-object-verb language.

Example sentence


English Subject Verb object
  Cats eat fish
Japanese Subject object Verb
  猫(ねこ)が さかなを 食べます



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