unknown@wiki 【EC】Order of Sentences


teacher : Ronald

1. Natural Order - the complete predicate follows the complete subject.
example: The seagulls fly through the air.

2. Transposed order - complete predicate or part of the predicate is placed before the subject.
example: Through the air fly the seagulls.


1. Down the water plunged the diver.
The diver plunged down the water

2. Danny ran down the hill.
Doen the hill Danny ran.

3. A jet flies at a very high speed.
At a very high speed flies a jet.

4. Near the desk sat a stranger.
A stranger sat near the desk

5. The players paraded around the court.
Around the court paraded the players.

6. Our language teacher is going abroad next year.

7. In Japan blooms a beautiful cherry bloosoms.
A beautiful cherry blossoms blooms in Japan.

8. The miners crawled through the underground tunnel.
Through the underground tunnel, crawled the miners.

9. We abstain from meat on Holyweek.


1. find my treasures old in the cave you will
you will find my  old  treasures old in the cave

2. dark the in stumble we
we stumble in the dark

3. river the ferry across plodded the

4. Early in the evening in the harbor appeared ship a

5. table on the top encyclopedia missing lay the

predicate :《文》述部、述語
plunge : 飛び込む
tunnel : トンネル
stumble : つまずく、よろめく

☆Never have I been so humiliated in my life.

to make them thier writning interesting
how to deliver (presentation)

inverted order:
split order

The missing encyslopedia lay on the top table.