"Is he drinking beer at eighty years old?"
Translation:El bea bere la optzeci de ani?
I've seen questions with verb-subject-rest (are Andrei o portocală? e cantitatea un milion?) and verb-rest-subject (sunt mici cantitățile?) order. What would be the difference?
I'm Italian, it's not mandatory to change word order for us, but sometimes it can have a different meaning: cantitățile mici and mici cantitățile would be the same, but with other adjectives could put the focus on the adjective. The same for are Andrei o portocală, it would put the emphasis on whether it's Andrew who has the orange, instead of somebody else. Is it the same? What comes first has the focus?