The most common order of words in sentences is as follows:
Subject + Verb + Object
In English, the place is usually mentioned before the time.
|I go to the supermarket every Saturday.|
|I go every Saturday to the supermarket.|
|Bill has lived in London for 10 years.|
|Bill has lived for 10 years in London.|
Adverbs of frequency such as
rarely, etc. generally go before the verb:
However, with the verb
to be, they go after the verb:
They can also go between two verbs:I will always remember my brother. I have never been to Japan.