Re: Typological Survey Part I
|From:||Ajin Kwai <yasmin4@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 31, 2001, 13:29|
> ---- PART I Conlang Typlogic Survey 2001 ---->>House-keeping data>
> Name of the participating conlang:
> Name/id of the creators:
> Place used, if any:
world-wide speakers of kryan diaspora
> Web-address with more information, if any:
> Type of language as per Rick Harrison's system:
> 1: Word order of Subject (S), Object (O) and Verb(V)
> The possible orders are:SVO/SOV/VSO/VOS/OSV/OVS/free/doesn't apply
From less-complicted native POV - Doesn't Apply:
Embedding "Predicate - ((Relator)) - (Argument)"
format, where Predicates belong to the Root or
Particle class, Relators to the Particle class, and
Arguments to the Root class.
From traditional POV: VOS or VSO with many convoluted
> Which order(s) is/are most common?
> Which orders are possible?
> Is the order different if the verb is intransitive,if so, how?
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