Delphine is such an underappreciated character on Orphan Black like literally all she ever wanted was to keep Cosima and her sisters safe but everyone kept acting like she was the enemy and lying to her.
can you explain korean sentence structure for me ? :0
ah ok, so basic sentences structure in English is subject-verb/adjective-object e.g. I study Korean ‘I’ is the subject ‘study’ is the verb and ‘Korean’ is the object
However in Korean basic sentence structure is subject-object-verb/adjective so the same sentence as above in Korean would be 저는 한국어를 공부해요 ‘저’ (+는) means ‘I’ and is the subject (는 is a topic particle) ‘한국어’ (+를) means ‘Korean’ and is the object (를 is the object particle) ‘공부해요’ is present tense of the verb 공부하다 meaning to study
In Korean it is also common for the subject to be dropped as usually context is known, so that sentence above could just be said as 한국어를 공부해요 and still hold the meaning of I study Korean
Some sentences are just subject-verb which is the same as in English (but again subject can be dropped) so you could say 저는 공부해요 which means ‘I study’
Basically the most important thing to remember is that verbs come last unlike in English
It was like a drug, the way the music controlled your body’s movements. The way it forcefully entered your soul and became master of your mind, taking you on a high that no other drug could do. Dancing was always your passion since you could remember and you knew that you wanted to spend the rest of your life doing it.
But not like this.
Your life hadn’t turned out the way you had wanted it to. Losing your parents at a young age, you were thrown into an orphanage because you had no other family who wanted to look after you. After you reached 18 and it was time to look after yourself, this was the only thing. You struggled at school, but dancing helped. Your dream was to go to the most prestigious dancing school in the country, your life was centered around going there and you were confident that you would be able to make it there, but life was cruel and you couldn’t afford the fees.