I just came across the exercise
Estás a sentir-te bem?
which translates to
Are you feeling all right?
There’s a comment that this is an example of a question where the clitic pronoun follows the verb but there is no explanation of why this is the case. Can anyone elaborate?
Olá, @pwsteele. Good catch - I guess the intention was to show that in the absence of “magnetic words”, the clitic pronouns are placed after the verb by default, remaining attached to them. I’ve already expanded the comment accordingly and also added that the pronoun can be attached both to the main verb and the auxiliary verb, as detailed here: Verb Phrases & Clitic Pronouns | Practice Portuguese