As we know, in German the parts of the subordinate clause are ordered as follows:
Conjunction + Subject + Other parts of the clause + Predicate.
E.g. "Ich weiß, dass du schon zu Hause bist."
In this sentence: conjunction = dass, subject = du, other parts = zu Hause, predicate = bist.
In Hungarian we have a mnemonic for remembering this order: KATI: Kötőszó (conjunction) + Alany (subject) + Többi mondatrész (other parts) + Ige (verb).
Now, I'm curious: does such mnemonic exist in other languages too?
I'm mostly interested in English, German, Italian, Spanish.