Although Swedish and English are closely related languages, there are certain differences in the syntax and word order of the two languages. In Swedish, there is a V2 rule which states that the verb should always be the second clause element (in a main clause). This is not true of English, in which the subject almost always comes before the verb in declarative clauses.
Therefore should the introduction be short and clear.
Therefore, the introduction should be short and clear.
Even if a community consists of 60% German speakers and 40% Romansh speakers is the community regarded as Romansh-speaking.
Even if a community consists of 60% German speakers and 40% Romansh speakers, the community is regarded as Romansh-speaking.
If you are thinking about what “sounds good” when you choose the word order of a sentence, make sure to distinguish between what sounds good in Swedish and what sounds good in English.