Reordering of Sentences
Things look good or bad according to how they are arranged. Similarly, words too need to be arranged properly to make a meaningful statement.
Key to Word arrangement
In a declarative sentence, the subject of the sentence comes just before the verb. If there is a direct object it will come directly after it.
Example: John wrote a novel.
If a sentence has indirect objects, adverbs, adverb phrases, etc. should be placed properly their respective positions.
The indirect object follows the direct object when formed with the preposition 'to'. If the indirect object comes before the direct object, 'to' should be omitted.
John gave a gift to Daniel on his birthday.
John gave Daniel a gift on his birthday.
Adverbs and adverb phrases can come before the subject, after the object or with an intransitive verb after the verb.
Look at the following examples.
Yesterday Helen performed a dance.
Helen performed a dance yesterday.
Look at the sample given below and see how the words are arranged meaningfully.
Hinduism / with/ yoga / traditional / Buddhism / Jainism / associated / and / meditative / refers / to / practices / in / physical and mental / originating / disciplines / in/ India / is / and
Yoga, originating in India and is associated with meditative practices in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism refers to traditional physical and mental disciplines.