Additional notes on English word order in affirmative sentences
They concern the extremely important issue for this language. The brief explanation of the topic you find in Basic word order in English. To avoid misunderstanding and confusion when communicating, keep the correct word order.
Below examples of English sentence structure are given.Let us see the word order in following two sentences:
1) By the early 2000s, the number of consumer electronic devices in most homes greatly increased.
2) In the USA an average American home has four remotes nowadays.
When studying the word order in these sentences on the table, please, notice:
|By the early 2000s||in most homes||the number of consumer electronic devices||increased.|
|By the early 2000s||the number of consumer electronic devices||increased||in most homes.|
|The number of consumer electronic devices||increased||in most homes||by the early 2000s.|
|In most homes||the number of consumer electronic devices||increased||by the early 2000s.|
|Nowadays||in the USA||an average American home||has||four remotes.|
|In the USA||an average American home||has||four remotes||nowadays.|
|An average American home||has||four remotes||in the USA||nowadays.|
|Nowadays||an average American home||has||four remotes||in the USA.|