"Where will you live next year?"
I am a native Chinese speaker, and i assure you that it is totally fine to switch 你 & 明年.
I agree with the earlier posts, the position of 明年 and 你 should be interchangeable. Either can be placed first....and the placement denotes the speaker's emphasis on either 你 or 明年. This should be corrected by Duolingo.
Its wrong, Chinese can absolutely have the time at the begginning of the sentence
Not only that, my experience is putting the time first is almost a solid rule.
I was taught in my Chinese classes that time should go first. Additionally, people are saying that 你 and 明年 are interchangeable :(
Usually, with chinese the time participle can go before OR after the subject of the sentence. So, 明年你 ，and 你明年 are both ok. Duolingo doesn't accept both though.
I know the time refference should always be the first in the sentence, so it should start with "next year" rather than "you".
As many others have said, it is perfectly okay to say 明年你 instead of 你明年.