Start with a verb, or not?

Student: Is coming my new flatmate to live in my flat on Saturday.

Me: What did you say?

Student: Is coming-

Me: Wait!!! Stop!!!

Student: ?

Me: You can’t begin a sentence with the verb. Well, you can with an imperative, as I did just now when I said STOP! But in all the other sentences you need to put a subject before the verb.

Student: My new flatmate is coming to live in my flat on Saturday.

Me: Great!

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