"'eymo' romuluS HIq vIparHa'."
Translation:Because Romulan Ale is delicious, I like it.
I'm not justifying anything. I'm not a course contributor. But I have heard that originally the course allowed you to put subordinate clauses in either order, then later they decided to change that and force you to put subordinate clauses in the same order whenever possible. But they didn't go over every single sentence that allows a more flexible order, so the rule is inconsistent.
There's what the course allows, and there's what is a good translation. In real conversation, 'eymo' romuluS HIq vIparHa' is equivalent to romuluS HIq vIparHa' 'eymo'. In this course, they may require you to follow the same order of subordinate clauses as the English original.