The direct translation of
Она читает всё is
She reads everything
- As I've been reading it seems that as a rule generally pronouns come before he verb where as regular nouns come after e.g.
Я тебя люблю Я люблю кошку
I understand that depending on what you want to stress you can place the subject in a different place. Is the above rule generally only true for personal pronouns?
Can I say
Она всё читает or is that weird?
The object is usually in the accusative case. I believe the object is всё but I don't think this is the accusative case? Why not?
Lastly, looking up the cases for всё ... there seems to be quite a few and they all have a gender (m/f/n) associated to it. If that's the case, which gender is всё associated to?