Atlas of Pidgin and Creole Language Structures Online
eev vosa kuɲaadupa
I often think of your brother-in-law.
It is likely that Adv NP order is possible here too. Note that the translation given is the prompt. A better translation of the sentence elicited would be 'I’m always thinking of your brother-in-law.'
elicited from speaker
Smith's 1974-5 field notes
Sri Lanka Portuguese
Ian R. Smith
Order of frequency adverb, verb, and object: Object – adverb – verb
Marking of pronominal possessors: Preceding word
Marking of patient noun phrases: Only animate patient NPs are marked