"Usually I eat a sandwich."
Translation:Normaal gesproken eet ik een boterham.
Where can this adverb "normaal gesproken" go in a sentence? I wrote "Ik eet normaal gesproken een boterham" and it was accepted, and I see in the default answer "normal gesproken" is at the beginning with the subject and verb inverted.
Can the adverb go anywhere in the sentence? If so, which times should the subject and verb be inverted?
as far as I know, yes, after an adverb there is subject/verb inversion.
I'm only learning Dutch, just like you guys, but I've only heard (this far, just watching a movie occasionally or when my husband speaks Dutch with his family over Skype) 'normaal gesproken'/'normaal gezien' at the beginning of the sentence.