SVO word order

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SVO word order, or subject-verb-object is a word order commonly used in English. A subject is followed by a verb which is followed by an object. For example, "I love you" or "John ate pizza". English is fundamentally an SVO language, but that doesn't mean that other word orders don't occur (notably SV word order, VO word order, and OSV word order also occur in English).

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