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  Verb Object Subject: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Verb subject object-commonly used in its abbreviated form vso-is a term in linguistic typology....
Object subject verb (osv) is one of the permutations of expression...
Object verb subject (ovs) is one of the permutations of expression used in linguistic typology....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/v/ve/verb_object_subject.htm   (913 words)

 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Verb Object Subject   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In linguistic typology, subject-verb-object (SVO) is the sequence subject verb object in neutral expressions: Sam ate oranges.
Categories: Linguistic typology In linguistic typology, Subject Object Verb (SOV) is the type of languages in which the subject, object, and verb of a sentence appear (usually) in that order.
The relation between the thinking subject and the object thought is analogous to the grammatical antithesis of the same terms: the " subject" of a verb is the person or thing from which the action proceeds, while the " object," direct or indirect, is the person or thing affected.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Verb-Object-Subject   (1316 words)

 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Subject verb object   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A nominative-absolutive language is one that marks the subject of a transitive verb or a voluntary subject of an intransitive verb distinctly from the object of a transitive verb or an involuntary subject of an intransitive verb.
A verb is a part of speech that usually denotes action (bring, read), occurrence (to decompose (itself), to glitter), or a state of being (exist, live, soak, stand).
In linguistics, the object of a transitive verb is one of its core arguments, which generally represents the target of the verbs action.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Subject-verb-object   (1728 words)

 Linguistic typology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
If the language has casess, this is determined by whether the subject of an intransitive verb has the same case as the subject or the object of a transitive verb.
If it doesn't, but the order is SVO or OVS, this is determined by whether the subject of the intransitive verb is on the same side as the subject or the object of the transitive verb.
ergative morphology marking the verb arguments, on top of an accusative syntax), or behaves ergatively only in some contexts (this is called split ergativity, and is usually based on the grammatical person of the arguments or in the tense/aspect of the verb).
www.icyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/l/li/linguistic_typology.html   (316 words)

 Object Subject Verb - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Object Subject Verb (OSV) is one of the permutations of expression used in Linguistic typology.
OSV denotes the sequence "Object Subject Verb" in neutral expressions: Oranges Sam ate.
Sardinians very often use OSV while speaking in Italian.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Object_Subject_Verb   (218 words)

 Agent Verb Object - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In linguistic typology, agent-verb-object (AVO), commonly called subject-verb-object (SVO), is a sentence structure where the agent comes first, the verb second, and the object third.
The AVO and Agent Object Verb orders are by far the two most common, accounting for more than 75% of the world's languages which have a preferred order.
In this, Sam is the subject, ate is the verb, the oranges is the object.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Subject_Verb_Object   (204 words)

 Object Subject Verb : OSV
OSV denotes the sequence "Object Subject Verb" in neutral expressions.
Subject Object Verb (for example Japanese, Persian, Latin)
Verb Subject Object (for example Welsh and Arabic)
www.fastload.org /os/OSV.html   (168 words)

 Subject-Verb Agreement
Subject verb agreement can be one of the more challenging aspects of writing.
OF is a preposition; therefore, PROTESTERS is the object of the preposition.
RITUALS is the subject of the sentence and it is plural.
grammar.uoregon.edu /agreement/agreement.html   (473 words)

 Grammar Gaffes and Faux Pas: Writing in the Active Voice
Generally, sentences written in the active voice are easier to understand because the subject of the verb performs the action or causes the action denoted by the verb.
We use the passive voice when the focus of the sentence is on the object instead of the subject or when the subject of the sentence is general or unknown to the writer.
With most verbs, the simple past tense is created by adding “ed.” Examples: Live, Lived Date, Dated Love, Loved Regular and Irregular Verbs: Verbs are subdivided into two groups (regular verbs and irregular verbs) on the basis of how their past tense and past participles are formed.
www.ext.colostate.edu /pubs/octnews/oc021003.html   (873 words)

 Object Verb Subject   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
But when a preposition or verb has more than one subject or object, people lose their bearings.
OVS denotes the sequence 'Object Verb Subject' in unmarked expressions: Oranges ate Sam, Thorns have roses.
In this case the sequence of the constituents Object Verb Subject.
www.wikiverse.org /object-verb-subject   (293 words)

 SLAC - Handouts - English/Writing - Diagramming Sentences   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The words which modify or describe the subject and verb of the sentence are diagrammed by placing them on slanted lines beneath the words which they modify.
The direct object is placed on the primary horizontal line to the right of the verb and separated from the verb by a vertical line, which does not descend below the line according to the following pattern.
To diagram a prepositional phrase, the preposition is placed on a slanted line beneath the subject or verb which the phrase modifies, the object of the preposition is placed on a horizontal line below the primary horizontal, and any modifiers of the object are placed on slanted lines beneath the object of the preposition.
www.accd.edu /sac/slac/handouts/English/diagramming_sentences.htm   (659 words)

 Chapter 2: Word order
When the subject of the verb is a pronoun in English, the Lebanese equivalent is the verb alone.
Even though the verb precedes the subject as a general rule, I notice that very short sentences like the one I used as an example are usually inverted, i.e we'd lean more towards saying "Lana taraket".
As the verb "to leave" is transitive (meaning it can take an object), and a verb's object comes after it just like the subject, we can't be sure out of context that Lana is a subject and not an object.
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 Object Subject Verb   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Object Verb Subject (for example in the fictional language Klingon)
The Toolbox Learning Object Repository is a searchable database of 'learning objects' that has been made available by the Flexible Learning Toolbox Project of the national training system's e-learning strategy, the 2005-2006 Australian Flexible Learning Framework.
Learning objects in the Toolbox Repository can be found in vocational course areas including business, tourism and hospitality, community services, electrotechnology, horticulture and more.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Object_Subject_Verb.html   (1632 words)

 Intermediate Course lesson1a (nouns)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Verbs change times from past to present to future, but a noun is just a noun.
This is because the subject is the part of the sentence that usually does the action of the verb.
Here Bill is the subject but boy is not the object of the verb, instead it is a complement of the subject noun, which is Bill.
www.english-online.org.uk /int1/nouni.htm   (1019 words)

 Subject Verb Object   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Subject Object Verb (e.g., Japanese, Persian, Latin, Turkish, Tibetan, Tamil, Quechua)
German verbs appear before their subjects when an adverb or modifying the verb, or a phrase acting as such an adverb, is at the beginning of the sentence.
Rare sequences are often used for effect in fiction, to mark a character's speech as alien.
www.wikiverse.org /subject-verb-object   (312 words)

 Guilford College - Subject-Verb-Object
If your sentence is clear about who the subject is, what the subject is doing, and who he/she/it is doing it to, the reader should be able to process the sentence without trouble.
The true subject, or agent, of the action has been taken out of the subject position, which will cause a momentary--though unconscious--blip for the reader as s/he launches into the reading assuming that the word in the subject position is the subject of an active construction.
Subject separated by multiple constructions (and a lot of words) from the verb, which is now itself split.
www.guilford.edu /services/index.cfm?ID=700003710   (441 words)

 The Three Part Sentence
The complement is usually considered to be either a direct object, indirect and direct object, subject complement, or direct object and object complement.
However for ESL purposes it best to use the broader definition that it is anything after the verb that completes the meaning of the sentence.
The object complement describes or renames the object.
www.marksesl.com /grammar/The_Three_Part_Sentence.htm   (116 words)

 Typology of Language Grammars
The suffix -ga is a subject marker and the suffix -o is an object marker.
Most languages have the subject added at the beginning of a phrase, but there is a small proportion which add the subject at the end of a phrase.
The tense of a verb is indicated by a tense-auxiliary.
www2.sjsu.edu /faculty/watkins/langtyp.htm   (1686 words)

 Grammar Guide -- GrammarStation.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A reflexive verb is a verb whose agent performs an action that is directed to itself.
The reflexive object for the verbs in this category is normally understood which means it is usually omitted in the sentence.
The object of a non-reflexive sentence becomes the subject of the sentence with the reflexive verb.
www.grammarstation.com /servlet/GGuide?type=RVUI   (458 words)

 Exploring Language: Bringing It Together: Phrases [English Online]
In sentence (b), the verb "walk" is not in the progressive.
Passive verbs are commonly used in academic writing and scientific writing, where we need to know what happened but not necessarily who made it happen.
The understanding of passive verbs is a later development in language acquisition and might not occur until the child is over six.
english.unitecnology.ac.nz /resources/resources/exp_lang/phrases.html   (1638 words)

 What Can Be a Subject
In terms of grammar, an object of a verb completes a clause structure.
  As “piano” is the answer to the question, “piano” is the object of the verb.
  So, the second example sentence illustrates the subject-verb-object structure (SVO) with “She” as the subject, “painted” as the verb, and “wall” as the object of the verb.
www.gpc.edu /~cschroen/MGF/OBJ/OBJECTS-INTRODUCTION.htm   (251 words)

 span 230: verbos como gustar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Once you have determined who/what is the subject and who is the indirect object, follow the basic structure: prepositional phrase+verb+subject.
Move around the subject, verb and prepositional phrase as groupings, rather than as isolated words.
That means to move the subject together with its adjectives, articles, etc., the verb with the indirect object pronoun, and the prepositional phrase with all its components.
www.ups.edu /faculty/velez/Span_230/capitulos/gustar.html   (869 words)

 "Gustar" and Similar Verbs
Whenever you have an action or actions as the subject, you should always conjugate the verb in the 3rd person singular, even if the previous subject remains in the sentence.
You must also keep in mind that, when dealing with an object (not a person or verb), the object must be defined by the use of articles (el/la/los/las; un/una/unos/unas), possesives (mi, tu, su, etc.) or by demonstratives (este/esta/estos/estas; ese/esa, etc.).
Note how some things like the subject and its adjective, the IO pronoun and verb, and the "a" preposition plus the names remain together and act as groups.
www.fllt.udel.edu /instruction/Grammar/Assistant/gustar.html   (828 words)

 Linking Verbs
In this sentence, the linking verb "is" links the noun phrase "the play" to the identifying phrase "Waiting for Godot," which is called a subject complement.
In this sentence, the linking verb "became" links the subject "it" to the subject complement "tedious." The phrase "after the first fifteen minutes" functions as a adverb modifying the clause "it became tedious".
In this sentence, the adjective "terrible" is a subject complement that describes a quality of the water.
www.uottawa.ca /academic/arts/writcent/hypergrammar/link.html   (426 words)

 Object Verb Subject
Discusses the C++ language mapping for object references, addresses memory management issues related to object references, and demonstrates the correct means of exchanging object references during CORBA request invocations.
Claims that object caching is a must for improved performance and scalability in distributed object systems.
In canon law the term usually signifies seculars residing in monasteries and other religious houses, actually employed therein as servants and subject to the authority of the regular prelate to the same extent as servants are subject to their masters.
www.omniknow.com /common/wiki.php?in=en&term=Object_Verb_Subject   (1621 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The most obvious differences from ordinary English are subject is a comma-separated list of phrases verb is a knowledge representation verb object is a comma-separated list of phrases prepphrase is a blank-separated list of prepositional phrases phrase is a blank-separated group of consecutive words words may contain many "special" characters, e.g.
verb object The attributes of ke are "parameters" and "variables" which can be set by the user.
# hierarchy subject is object # identity/alias subject is object with charname=charvalue,...
www.volcano.net /~rhm/doc/userman.txt   (4866 words)

 Supporting English Acquisition
If the wh-word or phrase is the subject of the main verb in the question, then the question has the same word order as an ordinary statement.
If the questioned position is any other position than subject of the main verb, then the word order of the wh-question will be different from a typical statement.
It is as if the word order of this question is OBJECT AUX SUBJECT VERB, which is very different from the word order of a statement.
www.rit.edu /~seawww/whquestionpages/whgswdorder.html   (348 words)

 Subject-verb-objects relationship   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The specifics of the order change are noticeable when examining the relationship between subject, verb and object.
The switch from head last to head first means that case markers and inflexions have been shed as the subject-object-verb(SOV) relationship switched to subject verb object(SVO).
A crystalline configuration is information theoretically more compact, than a liquid because all of the crystal's structure can be inferred from a basic lattice that describes the organization of a few elements, repeated successively through out the crystal.
www.cecm.sfu.ca /~thalie/PhD/node37.html   (239 words)

 Poynter Online - Said Smith, Smith Said
His point was that "Smith said…" represents the natural narrative and syntactic order: subject followed by verb.
In such cases the whole quote acts as object of the verb 'said.' So the order is Object, Subject, Verb.
By inverting the attribution to 'said Mitchell,' I change it to Object, Verb, Subject.
www.poynter.org /column.asp?id=1&aid=2270   (239 words)

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