When pulling together sentences there’s one tricky rule to learn about the other of Subject and Verb within that sentence. It takes a while to understand so I’m trying to simplify it here. Normally we say…
SUBJECT + VERB
Jeg spiser pizza = I eat pizza
There are 3 exceptions to this rule when it becomes VERB + SUBJECT
1) When we put “time” or “places” at the start of the sentence. For example “today”, “last year”, “next week”, “in England”, “tomorrow”. For example…
I dag spiser jeg pizza = Today I eat pizza
I Norge spiser jeg pizza = In Norway i eat pizza
2) When we have Leddsetning (phrase) first in the sentence e.g.
Hvis det er kaldt i Norge, vet alle = If it is cold in norway, everybody knows
Hvis det er sol i morgen, drar jeg på stranda = If it is sunny in the morning, I will go to the beach
3) When we ask questions e.g.
Hva heter du? = What is your name?
Hvor bor du? = Where do you live?