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American Sign Language WORD ORDER. Several examples of the unique grammatical structure of words in this signed language which is not similar to English's. ASL's most basic sentence structure: Object. Subject-Verb ("STORE. ME GO THERE"; STORE object, ME subject, GO verb) using 3D space and order to differentiate between Subj & Obj. Unlike English: Subject-Verb-Object ("I go to the store").