The subject usually comes before the verb, but there are sentences that have the subjects coming after the verbs. The verbs must still agree with the subjects.
“There” and “here”
Sentences that start with there or here will always have the subject placed after the verb. It’s important to identify the subject correctly so that the right singular or plural verb is used to match the subject. There and here are never used as subjects. The subjects in the following examples are nouns in bold.
In questions, the subjects usually come after the verbs
The following examples show the subjects and their verbs in bold