taliesin the storyteller wrote:


> ---- PART I Conlang Typlogic Survey 2001 ----
> House-keeping data
> Name of the participating conlang:

> Name/id of the creators:
Robert Hailman

> Name/id of the submitter, if different from the creator:
> Place used, if any:
In conworld - Ajuki Sal
In real world - amongst creator and close friends

> Web-address with more information, if any:
> Type of language as per Rick Harrison's system[2]:


> 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
> Which order(s) is/are most common?

> Which orders are possible?
SVO (unmarked), OVS (to emphasize object), VSO & VOS (questions).

> Is the order different if the verb is intransitive, if so, how?
SV unmarked, VS for questions.

> If it doesn't apply, why?
> ---- END part I ----
> [2] btw, has anyone a better/different classification scheme?

I've always found that scheme to be fairly weak with regards to a priori
languages, I think it should specify a bit more about the mophology and
such about the language.