Datapoint Haitian Creole/Order of frequency adverb, verb, and object

Values

Verb – object – adverb Frequency: 70.0%

Example 49-18:
Li konn fè travay la souvan.
Li
he/she
konn
have.the.habit.of
do
travay
work
la
def
souvan.
often
He/She has the habit of doing this work often.
French: Il/Elle a l’habitude de faire souvent ce travail.

Source: Fattier 1998: vol. 6, p. 264

Example 49-22:
Li pa vini isit la souvan.
Li
3sg
pa
neg
vini
come
isit
here
la
def
souvan.
often
He/She doesn't come here often.
French: Il/Elle ne vient pas ici souvent.

Source: Fattier 1998: vol. 6, p. 264

Example 49-19:
Entèl pase isi ya dri.
Entèl
so.and.so
pase
come.by
isi
here
ya
def
dri.
often
So-and-so comes by here often.
French: Untel passe souvent ici.

Source: Fattier 1998: vol. 6, p. 264

Example 49-21:
Ou pale avè l souvan?
Ou
2sg
pale
speak
avè
with
l
3sg
souvan?
often
Do you talk with her/him often?
French: Tu parles souvent avec elle/lui?
Confidence:
Very certain

Adverb – verb – object Frequency: 30.0%

Example 49-20:
Dridri m wè msye pase la.
Dridri
often.often
m
1sg
see
msye
3sg.m
pase
go.by
la.
there
I see him go by there very often.
French: Très souvent je le vois passer là.

Source: Fattier 1998: vol. 6, p. 264

Example 49-23:
Tut tan l ap pase la.
Tut
all
tan
time
l
3sg
ap
inacc
pase
go.by
la.
there
He goes by there all the time.
French: Tout le temps il passe là.

Source: Fattier 1998: vol. 6, p. 264

Confidence:
Very certain