I don't believe English people have a different thinking pattern to Chinese, that would be silly. What I think your teacher means is the pattern of words is very different, and unfortunately this is true. There is no mystery to this, England is on the other side of the world to China and there are 1000 languages in between! The word order of English is completely different to German, and those two languages are very closely related.
While I can perfectly understand your question, it is very easy to notice that it is not native English. Even though the words are correct, they are in an unusual order. The important thing to remember is the order of the words doesn't stop me from understanding. Nobody can tell you the pattern - it just means you need to carefully watch how native English speakers talk, and copy them. I know this is very boring, sorry :). If you watch enough English TV, eventually, you will notice that some things just 'sound right' because you have heard it said before.
Don't forget though, most English speakers do not actually speak 'perfect' English either, we just talk the way we are most comfortable. So don't feel bad if you find it difficult.