Roma in Italia est. Italia in Europa est.....
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Graecia in Europa est. Italia et Graecia in Europa sunt.
Love that they included this homage.
Lingva latina per se? Great book! I recommend everyone who want teach Latin oneself to buy it.
By the way, there was a Latin course by postmail, it was free, and based on this book. I've tried to register. But someone knows if this free Latin school still exist?
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Love that book!
My father always said that the only line he remembers from latin in highschool is Roma in Italia est. Are both orderings correct?
Roma in Italia est is more correct
More typical, I would say, but both are correct (and even "Est Roma in Italia" or "In Italia est Roma" or "In Italia Roma est").
I bet your father used the book Lingua Latina.
The word order in latin is flexible but SOV is more common
Yes, both are correct.
Hi everyone I love to learn latin it is fun
But how did the romans know ...
Italy refers to the Italian Peninsula; if that's what you mean.
What is the difference between Romae and Roma?
Roma is the nominative and ablative case form, Romae is genitive, dative, or locative.
At the early levels of this course, Roma means "Rome" and Romae means "in Rome".
Roma in Italia est