Judge people by the way they speak do you? And well you should not! For our language from the same place comes. Ancient humans may have first developed speech patterns using sentances that were structured much like the way Master Yoda spoke in the Star Wars saga, a new study says. Human speech has evolved over time, and most modern languages use a subject, verb, object (SVO) structure, research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences says.
Researchers Merritt Ruhlen of Stanford University and Murray Gell-Mann of Santa Fe Institute put together a family tree of human languages from the past and present and concluded that the ordering of words in a sentance may have begun with the subject, object, verb order. Instead of, the man caught a fish, it would have been the man a fish caught. There is no definative proof that all human languages came from the same place, but the languages that do come from the same place may have gone through this SOV to SVO evolution over time.
Let us know in the comments if you think human languages developed in this way or if you think the best way to explain things is to relate them to a popular movie.