In this site they say time words can only appear in two possible positions in a sentence, either before or after the subject:
Time + Subj. + Verb + Obj.
Subj. + Time + Verb + Obj.
But I came across the following sentence:
Mínɡtiān tiānqì hǎo, wǒmen kěyǐ mínɡtiān qù.
The weather is good tomorrow, we can go tomorrow.
Where the time word 明天 is after 可以. According to the previous rules, I thought it should be before 可以.
Question: Is this sentence wrong? Is 可以 an exception to the rule order? Or is it because it is a compound sentence (with two verbs) and the time word makes reference to the second verb 去?