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Cuándo puedo poner el subjeto después del verbo? Y cuándo debo ponerlo antes del verbo?

 

A veces miro frases con el sujeto después del verbo, pero cuando traté escribir mis frases con esto, nativos me corrijan. Me parece que debe haber reglas sobre eso que no los entiendo.

Ahora, no tengo ejemplos particulares, pero espero que entienden lo que significo. :)

For learning: Spanish
Base language: Spanish
Category: Language

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    Usually, when you have subordinate clauses, the subject will be placed after the verb. For example.

    Yo sé
    Los libros son caros

    Yo sé que son caros los libros

    If you have the two sentences separated, they have the usual construction, but if you place them in such a way that the second sentence is subordinate to the first, then most likely the subject will be placed after the verb. Now, this can be avoided, but it is more natural to have them like that,

    Now, since in Spanish the verb is conjugated in such a way that the person is implicit, you can also omit the person

    No sabía que podías venir.

    I hope this helps.

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