schlechte horror spiele Some verbs connote an action involving an object, such as playing “football”, read “a book”, break “the window”. The noun that is affacted by the action is called the “object.” In the English language, the object is placed after the verb:
den der ler sidst ler bedst I like football: subject + verb + object.
ruby laser autonivel there Adverbs of time, and place are placed at the end of the sentence.
I like football a lot.
John is reading a book.
He brushes his teeth every day.
They draw pictures in the workshop.
Some verbs are used with prepositions (at, in, on, to, with, about, for). In such cases, the object is placed after the preposition.
I am thinking about you.
They are listening to a Turkish song.
Look at the picture.