This phrase could be like this?? Ты живёшь далеко Or the adverb just can come between the pronoun and the verb
Both are correct but you better put the adverb before the verb so it won't sound weird.
why is the sentence in this order though? Is it because it is a question? I think I just saw [Я живу далеко.]...
No matter where the adverb is, sounds good in any versions. Even Далеко (ли) ты живешь? not rarely asked.
Correct: Ты далеко живёшь? Далеко ты живёшь? Ты живёшь далеко? Далеко живёшь ты? Живёшь далеко ты? Живёшь ты далеко? Но первые два, легче в произношении и восприятии на слух./But the first two, it is easier in pronunciation and listening comprehension.
Okay, but i thought the last word in a sentence was kind of the important one. The emphasised one. Isn't далеко supposed to be the important part of the question ?
Далеко́ ‧ ‧ In Russian, adverbs are usually placed before the verb they modify. However, in many cases the position of an adverb does not impact the meaning ... ‧ masterrussian.com/adverbs/introduction.htm ‧
The default position for most adverbs is before the verb or adjective they modify, especially if they are short, single adverbs. ‧ ‧ However, adverbs may turn up anywhere in the sentence, but initial position is reserved for emphasized adverbs. ‧ ‧ www.alphadictionary.com/rusgrammar/wordorder.html ‧
An Engish speaker would never use tbe word "off" in this sentence. "Off" is the opposite of "on" in most cases. It's used in old musicals, "I'm off to see the wizard" (wizard of oz), but never in real life.
You should probably look at English dialects beyond your own before making such absolute statements.