When Yoda speaks, he often uses a distinctive speech pattern that differs from other characters in the Star Wars universe:
Take you to him, I will.
The dark side of the Force are they.
So certain are you. Always with you it cannot be done. Hear you nothing that I say?
The very Republic is threatened, if involved the Sith are.
As anyone who’s had to read my incessant posts here will know, I’m not so many good with word rule laws.
But: are there consistent grammatical rules used to construct Yoda’s distinctive speech patterns?
(And for bonus points, just in case this is a thing, do they seem to shift throughout the films? Does, for example, his speech become more “Yoda-ish” in the prequels, as compared to Empire and Jedi?)