Translation:Universitas Romae est.
Could it be "Romae universitas est."?
The given answer ("Universitas Romae est.") sounds more like "The University is in Rome."
How would the phrase "The university is in Rome" be translated ?
I think this sentence does mean that...
Universitas Romae est :-)
How can I translate "There is / There are" into Latin?
Est / sunt, the verb being preferably at the beginning of the sentence in this case: est vir in foro, sunt viri in foro.