Simple SentencesBin Tahr relies partly on syntax (word order) but mostly on morphemes (non-translatable, single syllable sentence modifiers) to determine sentence and word meaning.
Subjects always begin sentences, and predicates always follow. Structure is as follows: Subject, Verb, Object (SVO). Modifiers always follow the word they are modifying, so for instance adjectives always directly follow what they are describing.
So instead of saying “the small boy is swinging the bat hard”, a literal translation into Bin Tahr would be “man young small swing forceful bat”.