Why should "Four sisters" wrong? In Latin the article doesn't exist and the translation depends on the contest (not relevant in a so short sentence)
"Four sisters live in Rome" was marked as a correct answer when I entered that.
Why does he make an S soud between sorores and romae? That threw me off. Sounded like instead of romae he said sromae or se romae
He's pronouncing the 's' at the end of sorores. You have to pronouce every vowl in Latin
the latin was wrong
Come on man, I made a spelling mistake...Quattour when it should be 'Quattuor'.
I didn't understand the "Romae", why? the "Romae" is agreeing with the plural of "soror" ?
No. Romae here is locative. It doesnt care the subject is plural or not. for One Soror, it is still Romae