Category:Complex Sentences
Feature:Purpose Clauses WALS
Name:Balanced/deranked
Languages (66):
Conlangs (47):
Rhean
Eridanian
Shsiwhe Luwur
Alopian
Sjal
Eezee
Solaric
Rossan
Missa

The distinction between these two options in a Missa purpose clause comes down to person marking on the verb inside the purpose clause, which is optional:

ki-ra śen-lin ak-le sók-ot uk-é

[egg-PL eat-GER.LOC 3sg.-POSS house-DAT go-1sg.]

"I'm going to his house to eat eggs"

ki-ra śen-é-lin ak-le sók-ot uk-é

[egg-PL eat-1sg-GER.LOC 3sg-POSS house-DAT go-1sg.]

"I'm going to his house to eat eggs"

Both phrases are equivalent.

Dacayan
Paagnnyaglŝ
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
Cenyani
Future English
Plitnakya
Laroitian
Mekoshan
Fictish
Neo-Fictish
Kassunetian
yiqa' yiywos
L'starfish Klam
Mithara
Maja
Inilt
Austrian
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Tizian
Raxic
Phitonic
Kiitra
Savvinic
Yeqochun
Spraka
Lwaitel
Pach'o
Arcaicam Esperantom
Uropi
Kotava
Ganur Lon
Khan Nilau Khaftim
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
INS
Dothraki
Bologau
Kavrinian

Natlangs (19):
English
Japanese
Russian
Finnish
Abkhaz
Amele
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Georgian
German
Gooniyandi
Hebrew (Modern)
Koromfe
Ndyuka
Paumari
Piraha
Supyire
Tukang Besi
Trumai
Irish