"Wait, so I read some of the old posts and I can add that there also seems to be some things that hint towards an adjective-noun order in their too.
Going through the dictionaries again some of the phrases include:
Hello everyone. I have decided to create a Memrise course on the Taíno language and am looking for any helpful tips on grammar and word order. All I found were a bunch of dictionaries but I am piecing together similarities between short phrases mentioned throughout. As a start I found that Taíno seems to have a strict verb ending such that most simple phrases have the verb at the end. For example, when I was taking apart phrases like "I am": "Taíno wakía-ka" --> Taino/good We-are …See More
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