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What is the grammatical sentence structure in English?What is adverb,adjective,preposition and etc's structure in English?

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  1. If you supply some sentences, it would be easier to explain the sentence structure to you. As you read, note the sentence structure, especially between a statement and a question.

    Straight word order is usually:
    the subject + the verb + additional information.

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