Jacqueline wrote:what makes the verb move?
Please, don't worry !
The fundamental meaning would be the same with the verb at another place (in the same clause...), because the endings denote the function of the words.
([face=SPIonic]fu/lakaj pe/mpw -- pe/mpw fu/lakaj[/face] : same meaning, because it is the -aj that indicates that fu/lakaj is direct object. Word order indicates only which words are more important in the author's mind. For example, putting a verb in the beginning of a clause is a little less frequent, thus more surprising, so it draws attention on it. But there can be several reasons to put words at one or another place.