Nepali Sentence StructureLearn Nepali
English is a SVO(Subject-Verb-Object) language while Nepali is a SOV(Subject-Object-Verb) language.
Let’s look at the first example. See the colour groups for faster understanding.
Let’s see one more example.
- A ‘to be’ helping verb is required in most of the Nepali sentences.
- In Devanagari, there is no concept that ‘a sentence starts with a capital letter’ or ‘a proper noun starts with a capital letter’. All letters are of same size for all words.