"Do you live in California?"
Translation:Habitasne in California?
As Escargotville mentions below, it's actually detailed in the Tips and Notes for the NEXT skill Places.
From the tips and notes for the next skill "Places": The locative case is a special case which indicates a location used for cities. Some general rules: -a (first declension) becomes -ae -us and -um (second declension) become -i
Other locations will generally get a preposition (in + ablative, we will deal with the ablative later in the course).
What is the difference between habitas and habitasne? Singular/plural?
Ok so I get the irony and humor of neo Eboracum = New York, but even as an American (and native Californian, no less) I wish they would stick to culturally correct place names.
I suppose they are afraid people will complain about talking about places like Uxellodunum, but I would enjoy it!