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Have you noticed that the English word order is different fro m the word order

in your own language?

If it is, then you must be careful not to fall in the

translation trap, which is thinking in the structure of you r native language

and translating word-for-word into English.

This can make it difficult for others to understand you.

Hello and welcome everyone this is Minoo at Anglo-Link.

Every language has a special way of putting words together to create a sentence.

In some languages the verb comes before the subject. But in an

English statement the subject must come first. In many languages the adjective

comes after the noun but in English it comes before. Learning the correct way to

structure your sentence in English is a major step towards thinking in English

and speaking more fluently and naturally. It will also make it easier for you to

understand native speakers because you can predict what type of information to expect next.

In this lesson we're going to review the most common word order in

English statements. We'll end the lesson with an exercise so you can check your assimilation.

By the end of the lesson you will have an important tool that

will help you to write and speak English more naturally.

At the end of the lesson I will also tell you about my

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to reach your goal to speak and write English fluently through a structured

step-by-step methodology. But first let's have a look at word order!

Well that's the end of this lesson

on word order in statements. I hope you've enjoyed it. As I mentioned at the

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