I've been meeting such examples very often
Sofern du bezahlst, trinke ich.
But I'm not sure if it's correct. As far as I know a dependent part should have opposite order of words? For me
Sofern du bezahlst
is dependent. Am I wrong?
Could someone explain that please?
I meant by opposite order of words that a predicative should be in the second position before a subject in that case.
Sofern bezahlst du, trinke ich.
Isn't it correct?
Carsten S wrote about zero position.
How to identify when zero position is presented in sentence? I read only about the first and the second. Where can I read about rules regard to zero position?