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Relative pronouns introduce
relative clauses, which are a type of dependent clause. Relative clauses
modify a word, phrase, or idea in the main clause. (For example, "The
house THAT Jack built is large.")
When a sentence begins with an
adverbial expression or an adverb (like "yesterday", which is an adverb,
or "last year" or "now", which are adverbial expressions), what
The normal word order -- verb,
subject -- is inverted. This means that the subject follows the verb.
(For example, a sentence with the normal word order would be, "Jeg
synger sangen nu" but the inverted word order would be, "Nu synger jeg