Word order is VERY important in English!! VERY, VERY important!!!
A sentence is made of words and we have to know how the words fit together to understand the meaning. We need to know what the subject is and the object; what the verb is, etc.
In some languages the words have different endings which show us what is what. Latin for example:
Canis mordet hominem - the dog bites the man
The word order is not important because we know from the ending that canis is the subject and hominem is the object. So:
Hominem mordet canis also means the dog bites the man and so does:
Canis hominem mordet or mordet hominem canis etc etc...
In English WE CAN'T DO THAT!!!!
All those different Latin sentences up there can ONLY be translated as:
The dog bites the man
If we change the order the sentence is either wrong or has a different meaning:
Bites the dog the man - is wrong and;
The man bites the dog - is the opposite meaning!
In English the subject comes first; "the dog"
then the verb; "bites"
then the object; "the man"
To help remember the order in English we often say SVOPT.
This means: subject S, verb V, objetc O, place P and time T.
The dog (S) bites (V) the man (O) in the street (P) at 10 o'clock (T).
I (S) read (V) English is Easy (O) on my PC (P) every day (T).
How does your language show the differences between subjects, verbs and objects?