23 1 / 2013

grammarlyblog:

In English, word order is very strict. In many other languages, however, word order is fluid.

Word.

grammarlyblog:

In English, word order is very strict. In many other languages, however, word order is fluid.

Word.

(via child-like-bitch)

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    Yoda’s word order adheres to a very strict pattern too, though.
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