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Forum: Grammar September 01, 2008, 11:02 AM
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Subject-verb order isn't as strict in Spanish as...

Subject-verb order isn't as strict in Spanish as it is in English. The verb can, and frequently does precede the subject. Here, in the headline, both V-S-O and S-V-O orders would have worked but...
Forum: Grammar September 01, 2008, 09:22 AM
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Arriba means 'to reach port/nearing the...

Arriba means 'to reach port/nearing the shore/arrives'. The 'a' just means 'at'. So, 'Gustav arrives at Louisiana' is a good translation.
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