Sounds Like — Chomsky
The New Scientist reports that “Charades reveals a universal sentence structure.”
Susan Golden-Meadow, a linguistic psychologist at the University of Chicago, led a team that found that speakers of most languages use the same simple sentence structure when miming, regardless of the structure of the language they speak. A demonstration movie is here.
That structure is postfix notation — subject, object, verb. For example, mice cheese eat.