"She went to sleep at 9:45 last night."
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There are two places where we can place modifiers in an English sentence: before the subject or after the verb.
However, in Chinese, the modifier is almost always placed in between the subject and the verb. Yes, I know this sounds strange, but that's just one of the crazy things about the Chinese language that learners need to get used to.
EDIT: It's also fine to place the modifier before the subject in Chinese. Just remember not to place it after the verb.