USO 2 If you want to tell someone that a specific person (ex. Mario) should do something - that is, indirectly commanding a specified subject, use the following pattern: Que + [present subjunctive verb] + [subject] Note that the subject follows the verb.
Suppose you want 'Anita' to come in the room, or, you're a tired parent and want your children to cook dinner tonight. You'd say:
Que ella me llame. Have her call me.
Que entre Anita. Have Anita come in.
Que cocinen los niños. Have the children cook.
The second and third examples make sense and comport with the format: Que + present subjunctive verb + subject. But the first seems to put the subject (ella) in a different place. Is this because in this case ella is an object rather than a subject?