QA Compact: Quick Access - Word Order (Ch. 41)
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Standard word order is the most common sentence pattern in English. The SUBJECT comes before the VERB. With inverted word order, the MAIN VERB or an AUXILIARY VERB comes before the subject. The most common use of inverted word order in English is in forming DIRECT QUESTIONS.
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