>Erin Noonan wrote:
>> >===== Original Message From email@example.com =====
>> >In a message dated 9/14/02 7:00:56 PM GMT Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> >> Well there isn't a grammar in any language that strays from
>> >> subject-verb-object
>> >> (only the order strays).
>> >Hi Erin,
>> >Is this the case with Hebrew also?
>> I didn't know which order off the top of my head but did a quick search..
>> according to this Hebrew is Verb-subject-object.
>Not really. Sometimes the verb and subject are one word ( verb being changed
>according to who subject is) than that combination would be the first...
>A visitor from space ( Jerusalem...) daniella
I think what you are referring to are null subjects.
If it is syntax is still there but info is deleted because
it already known --sometimes put a pronoun and sometimes put nothing.
It usually what depends on the pragmatic info or what is
known in the discourse.
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