Our friends over at Grammarly.com have another infographic for us - this one a take on Star Wars.
We’re talking about modifiers (adjective, adverbs, modifying clauses) and objects, Yodified.
How does Yoda handle the following?
Modifiers and objects should be placed within a sentence?
Flexible subject-verb order?
And, do you think Yoda handles auxiliary in negation and lack of contractions?
This is a fun and interesting look at Yoda-speak and the English language. You’ve got to check it out.
There's even more information on the Grammarly post, so be sure to check it out!
*This infographic is attributed to https://www.grammarly.com/grammar-check
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