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when do I use in Danish the backwards form of things... structure?

For example.... I see that sometimes in Danish people say... Think I..... or trows she that we ought to go.... basically verb subject backwardness...

when in particular? thanks...

so then will I thank all of y´all that are a-wantin´ to help me!!!

God Bless y´all!
Jesus is that, For that matter!

For learning: Danish
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    When a sentence starts with either an adverb or a subordinate clause, you use reverse word order (Verb + Subject) in Danish. :)

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