I remember reading about word order importance but when I Googled this, it's too broad. A sentence for a better example of what I'm trying to convey (but it might be too simple):
"To share the history of the legendary John Doe in North America."
- John Doe isn't in North America
- The purpose is "to share the history in North America" of John Doe.
I hope it implies what I'm trying to find because I cannot think of another example. I don't mean the Subject + Verb + Object examples like this:
"The chicken crossed the road” and “The road crossed the chicken", but when in my first example, either or makes sense and could be true, yet clarity is key. Sorry about this question if it's stupid.