Here comes Freddy.

I don't know why this sentence "Here comes Freddy" is correct, "Here comes he" is incorrect? Help meeee
7 years ago
Asked 7 years ago
Jen

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"Here he comes" is correct.
Answered 7 years ago
Finn

After clause initial "here," inversion of subject-verb occurs only if the subject is a noun. If the suject is a personal pronoun, there is no inversion. So, "Here comes Freddy" is correct, but "Here comes he" is not. In this case, the "normal" word order applies: "Here he comes."
Answered 7 years ago
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