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    #1

    word order

    Hi!
    I have a problem with the word order in the following sentences:

    Can I write: I played with my sister football. Instead of: I played football with my sister.
    I went with my family to London. Instead of: I went to London with my family.

    Or are they both possible?

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    Re: word order

    Welcome to the forum, lovely4.

    I played with my sister football.
    I played football with my sister.

    I went with my family to London.
    I went to London with my family.

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