***not a teacher***
In English some verbs can take two objects, mostly a thing (direct object) and a person (indirect object). Most of the times the indirect object comes before the direct one, just as in "Bring me a pen". But it's also possible to have the direct object before the indirect one, but in this case you need to use a preposition: "Bring a pen for me."
In some cases it's not possible to change this order. For example:
Please explain this plan to me. (correct)
Please explain me this plan. (incorrect)
Hope it helps.
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