"I want you."
Translation:Eu quero você.
Is there a rule regarding when the object pronoun has to be before the verb and when it can be after?
Because both in this exercise and in "he hears you" (ele ouve você) the pronoun comes after the verb (though comments indicate it can come before if modified to te).
However in "we love him" (nós o amamos), "nós amamos ele" is marked as wrong.
Is it just second person that can come after the verb? Or certain verbs that require this construct? Or are both always correct? (And if so what's the difference?)