SVOMPT - subject verb object matter place time - word order - I've thought that it is generally used abbreviation, sorry for that.
I wanted to use the structure as for example - what really matters are services / or services is what really matters what is very important are services / services are what is very important or what is very important is money / money is what is very important
Please, which of these phrases in bold are grammatically correct? I hope at least one
Yes, I know it may sound weird for a headline but it really is literal translation of a Slovak headline... and I do not have any more context... and just want to make it sound better.
Yes, SVOMPT as mentioned above is the unmarked word order of English sentences. That is, when the elements are ordered SVOMPT there is no special emphasis. When changing the order to create emphasis on an element, marked word order results. For example, when you start a sentence with on Saturday.
Of course, sentences do not exist in isolation, so their relation to the previous sentence has a lot of impact on the order of information presented.