30.1.1 Verb can precede subject
Hebrew is a verb driven language where it is possible to place the verb
before the subject doing the action. The name of G-d being a verb suggests that
the verb is superiour that the action defines the object. Sentences are shorter
with less clauses and phrases and can be distinguished by the next verb; so
ancient Hebrew did not need the period. The implication is that activity
becomes important while the subject/object are subordinate.
30.2.1 Subject verb object
English is intuitive in that the subject precedes the verb that precedes
the object. This requires punctuation to distinguish phrases within the
sentence and their closest associations. This is the most intuitive
30.3.1 Stack based language
Korean is a stack-based language where subject and object precede the verb.
An implication of this structure is that association can be implied by proximity
without the need for punctuation. Korean encourages the recognition of all
nouns before activity. The implication is that subject/object respect and order
and placement become significant.