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In Miskito, the direct object follows the noun rather than precedes it like in English. For example,
 
In Miskito, the direct object follows the noun rather than precedes it like in English. For example,
  
** {{morphTest|aras{{tag|n}}{{tag|pl}}|aras ba}}
+
* {{morphTest|aras{{tag|n}}{{tag|pl}}|aras ba}}
  
 
==Verbs in past tense==
 
==Verbs in past tense==

Revision as of 14:34, 4 March 2021


Nouns

In Miskito, the direct object follows the noun rather than precedes it like in English. For example,

  • aras<n><pl> ↔ aras ba

Verbs in past tense