Datapoint Martinican Creole/Order of recipient and theme in ditransitive constructions

In ditransitive constructions, the order will always be S-V-R-T if the verb only allows two unmarked objects, as it is the case for the verb bay 'give'.
But in a few cases the order will be S-V-T-R when the verb allows an unmarked object + a marked object (marked by ba 'to', from ba(y) 'give').

Values

Subject – verb – recipient – theme Frequency: 70.0%

Example 51-102:
Man ba Wojé an poul.
Man
1sg
ba
give
Wojé
Roger
an
indf
poul.
chicken
I gave Roger a chicken.
Example 51-103:
Piè ba Eliza an bo.
Piè
Peter
ba
give
Eliza
Elisa
an
indf
bo.
kiss
Peter gave Elisa a kiss. OR: Peter kissed Elisa.

Source: Bernabé 2003: 41

Confidence:
Very certain

Subject – verb – theme – recipient Frequency: 30.0%

Example 51-197:
Piè vréyé an let ba Eliza.
Piè
Peter
vréyé
send
an
indf
let
letter
ba
for
Eliza.
Elisa
Peter sent a letter to Elisa.
Confidence:
unspecified