Note: I'm not a native speaker of English, so apologies in advance if the answer to my question is obvious.
Taking the sentences "The soup in the pot is too hot" and "The soup is too hot in the pot". I think there is slight difference in the meaning between both variants (in the sense that more emphasis is being placed upon the fact that the soup is too hot in its current location, rather in general). Still, the first sentence feels "natural/right" to me, while the second reads somewhat odd, though I find myself unable to quote distinct grammar-rule it would violate.
Are both sentences valid and if so, am I correct in my hunch that the distinction is the emphasis? Still, is there any reason why the second variant reads odd (at least to me)?