Why is it "jössz le" and not "lejössz"?
Because the nem needs to be right next to the verb stem in order to negate it. So the particle le has to be displaced to somewhere else.
For questions, especially ones with interrogative words (Ki, Merre, Mi, Hol, etc.) - yes.
For nem/hanem sentences where verbs are compared, the prefixes remain attached. I am not going down, but going up - nem lemegyek, hanem felmegyek
Thank you, it is clear now
Negative proverbs don't exist? Only verbs with replaced at the end the indicator?
Thank you, Jacob!