Point 1. Separation of noun from number-word plus classifier

As a general rule a noun is not likely to be separated from the number-word plus classifier which go with it. However, it is usually so separated in circumstances like those illustrated below. These circumstances are: That the noun serve as the object of a verb and that this verb be associated with a secondary verb. In such circumstances the preferred word-order prescribes that the noun be separated from the number-word plus classifier by means of the secondary verb.
 
English ภาษาไทย
 I have a relative named Mr. sǐn lə3ּdthaj.  ผมมีญาติคนหนึ่งชื่อนายสิน ลาดไทย
 I bought several things.  ผมซื้อของมาหลายอย่าง
 I gave away two books.  ผมให้หนังสือไปสองเล่ม