Subject - Verb - Object. These three fundamental building blocks make up the very basic structure of the English language. However, for Portuguese speakers (my niche market), this is a bitter-sweet situation. On the one hand, Portuguese also follows this same structural flow, making it easier for Brazilians and other Portuguese speakers to use their own language as a reference point to learn English. But because Portuguese is more malleable - you often don't even need the subject or the object - it can often interfere when producing English.
Take a look at this lesson to find out more about the Subject - Verb - Object structure, how it compares and contrasts with Portuguese, and how you can avoid some of the more common mistakes that are made when we communicate.