When we make a sentence in English, we normally follow the following order. Subject + Verb + Object + Adverb Of Place + Adverb Of Time. Let's see the following example.
The verb and the object of the verb normally go together. We do not usually put other words between them.
We usually say the place before the time.
We can put the time at the beginning of the sentence.
Note that you cannot use early or late at the beginning of the sentence in this way.
A lot of adverbs are put before verbs.
Let's see the following sentences.
When there are more than one verb, we usually put an adverb after the first verb. Let's see the following examples.
Arrange the sentences into the correct order.
In this exercise you have to choose the sentence with the correct word order in each number.