If there are two objects in a sentence, the normal word order is: person – thing
Ex: She told me a story.
If the thing is a pronoun, it stands behind the verb.
Ex: I must give it to her.
If we want to emphasize the person, we put the person after the thing.
Ex: Let’s write the letter to John in California.
Using the words describe, explain, report, say – we always put the person after the thing.
Ex: explain this rule to you.
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