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Why is the subject at the end in this subordinate clause?
I thought that French language's word order was SVO and SOV (when object is pronoun). But what's with this sentence (from here): Bouclier que portaient autrefois les chevaliers. Subject is at ...
Oct 17 '12 at 18:33
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