What is this inversion rule? I heard "After bad weather comes fine weather", it was obvious for me that the word "comes" here was related to "fine weather". Yes, I learnt that English has SVO word order and we use inversion when we're asking questions. But this also actually sounds very natural. Or "here comes the car". I have no problems with understanding it, maybe because my native Russian has a lot of inversion depending on meaning nuances, so it's natural for me. What is this inversion rule called? In which situations do English native speakers use this word order? Seems like the "SVO word order" rule is not so strict in some cases.