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  1. lexi
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    Mrs Alexi Sauer

    In English word order is verb, object, place and time in a sentence.

    e.g. I'm meeting my friends at the disco tomorrow

    When an indirect object is included it comes before the direct object.

    e.g. I will tell YOU the story at school tomorrow.

    What exactly happens in this sentence?

    I am going to town with my Dad tomorrow? - Why is is 'place' - to town, before my Dad?

    Thankyou
    Alexi Sauer

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: Mrs Alexi Sauer

    There's a verb phrase go to that takes a prepositional phrase headed by to as its object.

    go to
    went to
    have been to

    All the best.

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