What's the order of a sentence
Is it subect verb noun adjective or what?
The order of a Spanish sentence is:
What you think it is more important, followed by the second most important thing, followed by the least important thing, all this from the point of view of a native.
subject ...verb...complement is what I think that you are referring to. The complement is called the object in the abbreviations below.
Some of the symbols you might see here are:
SVO (subject verb object.) common transitive verb arrangement, but can be either
I drove the car. (yo) conduje el coche.
OVS (object verb subject) common intransitive verb arrangement, but can be either
I like ice cream. Me gusta helado.
You don't say! ¡No me digas [tú]!
SOV (subject object verb) no se lo dijo.
And, of course you can have sentences with only a subject and a verb.
You are? context might give you an implied complement
So to reiterate. Your answer is "what"".