Use your voice:

Every human language starts an active sentence with the subject or the “doer.” In English, the verb (what’s being done) follows the subject. If there is an object (the receiver of the action), it comes after the verb. The formula is like this:

S + V + O (S = subject, V = verb, O = object)

Here are a few examples of this grammar rule. The subjects are in bold, the verbs are underlined and the objects are in italics.

Susan dried the cat.

Mark walked the dog.

The dog liked Mark.

She did not like the donkey.