Why we use "quattuor" for sorores?
Quattuor means "four". The "four" sisters. It is also indeclinable, which means it does not have a different ending for different cases, numbers, or genders. So that makes it "quattuor sorores".
Only 1, 2 and 3 are declinable.
unus, duo, tres
m, f, n:
I translated this sentence wrong 3x by leaving the word "in" out of it. On the 4th attempt, my translation was accepted without the word "in".... Any explanation?
i actually had the opposite happen--i keep adding "in" when "in" isn't necessary. when should you use or not use "in" (ex. "in Romae" or just "Romae")?
Why is not Qvattvor sorores romae habitant accepted, since classically, v and u were undistinguished? Plus it works on many other answers
Can we talk about how obnoxiously and flawlessly the male speaker rolls his R's when you select "Rome"?