Word order is how the words in the sentence join together to make a sentence
In English the word order is S V O.
The S stands for subject (Pronouns). You, we, e.t.c.
The V stands for Verb/Action. Run, loves, e.t.c.
The O stands for object/predicate. In most languages the object is optional in a sentence. For example if I say 'I run' there is a subject and a verb but no object. 'I love her' has all three elements, 'I' is a subject, 'love' is the verb and 'her' is the object.
|Direct Object||Entirely acted upon.||John fed the DOG.|
|Indirect Object||Entity indirectly affected by the action||Johnny loves HER.|
|Prepositional object||Object introduced by a preposition||She is looking for JOHNNY.|