"When were you born?"
Translation:Kiedy się urodziłeś?
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Ever. The position is quite flexible, sometimes it can be separated from its verb by several words. Generally it should be acceptable both in front and after the verb (if it doesn't end up at the beginning or the end of the sentence), although sometimes one version sounds off. That would need a specific example.
Most often the more natural order will be to put it after the verb, even if it can be placed before it as well. Sometimes there may even be a few words between "się" and its verb.
The reason that it's not after the verb here is our good old "don't put a pronoun at the end of the sentence if there's a way to avoid it" principle. "się" is also a pronoun.