Feb 23, 2017 - 10:22 AM
I believe that when it starts with a question word (que, donde) the subject goes at the end of the sentence.
Mar 03, 2017 - 06:36 AM
Hi Cindy! Andy is right, when there is a question word the order is: Question word + verb + subject (as in ¿Qué quiere ella?). In yes/no questions, the order is the same as in statements, only the intonation changes (as in "¿Ella está bien?). This is explained in sessions 1 and 2, level 1 so you might want to review them. Hope this helps!
May 23, 2017 - 07:58 PM
In the examples that you listed, for example, Que quiere usted? you can omit the pronoun since it isn't necessary if the receiver of the information knows what you are referring to. So for example, you can say Que quiere? (What do (you) want?) and it'll still make sense. I'm assuming that the program uses the pronoun after to indicate the form " Do you" Also in the program, especially in Level 1, they emphasize the use of the pronoun in order for you to better acquaint with the conjugations. When the pronoun precedes the conjugated verb as in Usted quieren algo mas (you all want something more) it isn't implying (do) since the sentence can be understood without it. Hope this helps.