I have heard the question:
Vengono anche loro?
Is the subject explicit and put at the end of the sentence for emphasis? Could I simply say:
- Vengono anche?
- Loro vengono anche?
Which form is the most usual?
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"Pure" and "anche" must always be accompanied by the element they refer to. In the question "Vengono?", that is the implicit subject "loro". It is one of the few cases where the personal pronoun cannot be omitted. In the specific case of "anche", it must also precede the subject. Examples:
Regarding the examples of the question, the correct alternatives are:
"Vengono anche" and "Loro vengono anche" are wrong.