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word_order [2014/02/13 17:11]
fenris created
word_order [2019/09/26 14:41]
ob V2 section, for discussion
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   * scheme: ''<​subject>​ <​predicate>​ <​object-direct>​ <​object-indirect>​.''​   * scheme: ''<​subject>​ <​predicate>​ <​object-direct>​ <​object-indirect>​.''​
   * example: **De volf giv en sten to de fogel.**   * example: **De volf giv en sten to de fogel.**
-== Proposal 2 == 
-  * scheme: ''<​subject>​ <​predicate>​ <​object-direct>​ <​object-indirect>​.''​ 
   * references: [[References#​cha07|cha07]]   * references: [[References#​cha07|cha07]]
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   * example: **Giv en sten to de fogel!**   * example: **Giv en sten to de fogel!**
 +==== The V2 question ====
 +Should FS include V2? The system described by David Parke in his Frenkisch grammar might be suitable. The advantages are familiarity and normality for all Germanic speakers except the Anglophones,​ but the disadvantages are extra complexity that makes FS harder and weirder for outsiders, and also the presence of ambiguity in certain places.
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