Can it also mean "Is the university in Rome"?
De educatione romana, pagina digitalis in lingua latina: https://la.wikipedia.org/wiki/Educatio_Romana
How did romans pronounce v? Like Englisch v or w? The person pronouncing universitas like uniwersitas disturbs me a bit
This course teaches Classical Latin. "c" is pronounced /k/ and "v" is pronounced /w/ in Classical Latin.
V pronounced as W in classical Latin? What's the source f this
Why not "estne universitas IN Romae"? Why is it skipped in this sentence??
The locative case does not take prepositions. Check your email for the fuller answer I provided on the comment you deleted.
'A university'? Why not 'an university'?
Because it's based on pronunciation, not spelling, and we say "a yooniversity", not "an ooniversity".
Would Estne Romae universitas also be grammatically correct?
Yes but it's likely to change the focus of the question, since questions pull the focus word to the front.
Estne universitas Romae? Is there a university in Rome?
Estne Romae universitas? Is the university in Rome?
Can we use verb (est ) in this case or it is not right??
We are using the verb "est". It also has the suffix -ne to show that it's a question.
Why the English translation is "a" instead of "an"? (I'm not a native English speaker, thats why I'm asking about it)
Because it's "a yooniversity" and not "an ooniversity". It's "an" when the next word starts with a vowel sound. The spelling is irrelevant.
Why is the V suddely pronounced here instead of the W
What would be the translation in latin of the sentence "Is Rome a university?"