Subject + verb + object (S + V + O) is generally considered the basic word order in a Chinese sentence of the subject–predicate construction. However, many variations exist, most notably the 把 structure.
我 认识 王小姐。
Wǒ rèn shí wáng xiǎo jiě 。
S V O
I know Miss Wang.
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