The grammar of Japanese language and English are very different, also the pronunciation.
I study English.
I eat dinner at the French restaurant.
change the Japanese grammar:
I English study.
I at the French restaurant dinner eat.
In the case of Japanese grammar, the verb is in last of sentence. And I guess we don't understand perfectly how to use article "the" and "a". Everyone may already have noticed this problem in my blog. LOL
And there are not tense in Japanese language.
My aunt lives in Tokyo. (present tense)
My aunt has lived in Tokyo. (present perfect tense)
Translate to Japanese, each same mean to us. The present tense and present perfect tense are same in Japanese. We translate in present tense.
I am still in confusion about tense. @_@