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This construction is often used. Reversing the word order just wants to show which part of the sentence you'd like to put first. Nothing out the extraordinary. Both sentences are equally used (don't know if regionally) but they carry the same meaning. The difference is just the focus. Even though the second sentence sounds a bit weird to my ears, it's still ...


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That is done to place more emphasis on the action and less on who is doing the action. In Spanish you can change the emphasis by changing the order of words. In English you could accomplish something similar by using the passive voice. In the sentence "gente viene a vernos", the emphasis is on "gente", the subject of the sentence. That is the normal, ...



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