A lot of people are confused by the grammar of Chinese. When you are talking about people, time and places, the order of the things are quite different from English. Yangyang has a good way to make things easier. Go to other lessons of Yangyang.
If you want to speak proper Chinese, it is important to understand how Chinese put things in order — in the way they speak the language.
For example, when you are telling people your name, you would mention about your family name first, rather than your given name. The logic is pretty straightforward. The family is bigger than self, therefore, it has to come before your given name.
For the same token, when you are telling the time, you would not say that you would be meeting up with someone ‘at 5 pm this Sunday’. Rather, you would say ‘on Sunday at 5 pm’. This is because day is bigger than hour, so it has to come before hour. The order of writing date in Chinese, as a result, would have year coming before month, month before day, and day before hour.
Similarly for writing the addresses. When we write an address in English, we put the number before the name of the street, then the city and the country. This is again different in Chinese. For the same reasoning, the Chinese have it in the reverse way. It would begin the address with the country, then the city, the street name and the house number.