From this (very helpful) video I learned about the basic structure of a sentence.
WHO > WHAT > WHERE > WHEN > HOW > WHY
Now I'm trying to learn about different word orders. Specifically I'm learning participle.
- Is it correct to think about participle as the HOW part of the sentence?
They ran downstairs looking angry.
WHO WHAT WHERE HOW
Looking angry they ran downstairs.
HOW WHO WHAT WHERE
- The teacher from the video said when you switch the word order the sentence might sound unnatural. Does the second example sound unnatural to a native speaker?