Besides SVO, which are the word orders that can be found in English? Are there any that are peculiar to dialects such as Singlish or Indian English? Please provide an example sentence for each order along with pertinent information such as tense, mood, voice, etc.
All of them, though often at the stretch of hyperbaton, so most of them would be rare. Still, a short story in 6 word-orders:
SVO "I love you"
VOS "Take me, dear"
VSO Here comes the bride! [No object, but if there was an object it would follow here]
SOV "With this ring, I thee wed".
OVS Passion does not a lifetime make
OSV "I won't talk to him, but my lawyer, I will call".
Well as a Singaporean, I can help answer your question. Singlish, is not a dialect. Instead, it is a term used mainly by Singaporeans. Although Singlish is not a proper language, it still has a relatively extensive range of vocabulary. For example, a person speaking proper English will say: "Go and turn off the heater!" On the other hand, a person speaking in Singlish will say:"Go and switch off the heater lah!" In Singlish, when someone wishes to emphasize himself, he will end off with a forceful "lah" The word is a common slang added by Singaporeans. When someone adds a "lah" at the back of his/her sentence, the person ussually means that he is stating the obvious. Singlish is commonly regarded with low prestige in Singapore. The Singaporean government and many upper class Singaporeans alike heavily discourage the use of Singlish in favour of Standard English. The vocabulary of Singlish consists of words originating from English, Malay, Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese, Tamil and to a lesser extent various other European, Indic and Sinitic languages. Also, elements of American and Australian slang have come through from imported television series and films. Thus, there are nearly a countless number of Singlish words. In fact there are so many, till listing them down will take a ages. Instead, you may look up "Singlish" on wikipedia. Also, they sell a guide in Singapore called:"Singlish for Idiots" which, as the title implies, contains a "textbook" to Singlish. Sadly, I am not yet sure about Indian English being a dialect and i will update this post as soon as possible. With more info on Indian English. Oh, and one more thing Singlish is not a dialect as it can be written in words.