If you have a formula with existential quantifiers, it is important in which order they appear.
Just to make an easy example:
$\forall$ man $\exists$ woman: the woman is the true love of the man
which is obviously a different statement than
$\exists$ woman $\forall$ man: the women is the true love of the man
The first one means that there a many women - eventually for every man another woman. The second statement means there is one women that is loved by all men. Good for the woman, eventually bad for the men.
If you have two existential quantifiers or two universal quantifiers, does the order make a difference?