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Verbs in Japanese come at the end of sentences. This makes simultaneous interpreting particularly difficult as the interpreter often does not know the context of the sentence until the speaker has finished saying it! To get a handle on sentence structure at beginner and intermediate level, there is some great advice on this guide to Japanese.
There is only one English alphabet. The Japanese use three, Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. If you'd like to learn more about the three alphabets and other aspects of the Japanese language this language learning site is a great starting point.
The English language consists of 26 letters. An average Japanese adult has to remember at least 2000 Japanese characters of the 8000 or so in regular use.
For more useful facts on the Japanese language, and especially if you feel you need to ensure a document is right, contact these UK based translators for information.
Whilst learning the language is the primary motivation for studying abroad, discovering the lifestyle and the culture of a country first hand is equally important, providing a context for your study and greatly enriching your Japanese