In a normal sentence, the subject of a sentence comes directly in front of the verb. The direct object (when there is one) comes directly after it.
This is the word order in a declarative sentence in English. But don't forget that there are many rules and exceptions in English:
6 1 2 3 4 5 6
WHEN? WHO? ACTION WHO? HOW? WHERE? WHEN?
I go to school everyday.
They play football very well.