"The hospital is south of the convenience store."
PLAIN FORM: 病院はコンビニの南にある。
POLITE FORM: 病院はコンビニの南にあります。
HUMBLE (KENJOUGO) FORM: 病院はコンビニの南にございます。
With sentences like this one it would really help if I could play back the audio more slowly or at least could hover each kanji to also see its pronunciation. konbini nominiminiimaniiminamini arimasu? I sincerely can't tell.
I just had one in the last lesson with a very similar (place location) question and it insisted on です vs にある, now this one is doing the opposite, with no hint of what rule applies. Anyone have any idea?