The word bank didn't have 'dance' available so I could only enter 'I can swim at night', but that should be 'Ego noctu natare possum'.
Swim was counted as correct though.
I can easily read this as: At night I dance with the possum.
It would make sense: possums are nocturnal.
Is there a rule that requires noctu to be placed immediately after the subject ego? Or can it be anywhere and still mean the same?
This has such an ominous vibe.
Is "noctu" the dative form?