Along with the cold weather comes trouble.


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Along with the cold weather comes trouble.

Is it right?
I saw this sentence in the newspaper.

What is the sujbect?

comes is verb.
but where is the subject?
  • Var18

    English - America
    Trouble is the subject (or so it seems), even though it is awkwardly worded.

    Trouble comes along with the cold weather.

    Correct me if I'm wrong.

    EDIT: My mistake, the sentence seems fine now that I have read over it a second time.
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    Yes, the subject is trouble.

    The wording does not seem awkward to me. I would expect the next sentence to explain what the trouble is that comes with the cold weather.
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