"We often go for a walk."
Translation:Wir gehen oft spazieren.
One verb is in 2nd place and 2nd verb is in the end. Doesn't exist other word's order?
The other German word's orders are:
- Wir gehen oft spazieren. - the normal one
- Oft gehen wir spazieren. - less in use
- Spazieren gehen wir oft. - less in use
"gehen" has always be in 2nd place. "spazieren" can only be the last word, or in case you want to emphasize "spazieren" then it can stand at the begin. "Wir" is the subject of the sentence, and in main clauses the sentence's subjects can only be placed in first place or third place. So you can see here all the possible word's orders.
I don't quite understand your question, but this is the standard word order for a present tense sentence with two verbs.