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I am not a native English speaker, but I am interested in learning a certain grammar rule. I did come across many sentences where the subject and the verb switched their positions.
For example, I can say that I don't like apples nor does my friend. Here, the modal verb
does comes before the subject
Another example: not only is he a great person, but he is humble.
What is this rule and when is it appropriate to use it?