01/06/2018 (Sat) 18:33:43
I think this loose sentence structure is an interesting idea. We don't really see much like that in English.
Some people speak in a different active noun/verb/passive noun order, but it is still very strictly adhered to. It is very rare, I think most folks like that are from the American Southwest but I don't really know why that is or how to describe it to a search engine or Wikipedia.
Like, they say "You want I should leave soon?" instead of "Do you want me to leave soon?", like the passive noun and verb are treated as though they were the active, and the actual active noun can be at the end of the sentence or in its proper place, but worded as though it were the passive.