I put 'sunt' before Romae. Yes, technically verbs go at the end (where I would normally put them) but I've only stopped doing this on here because normally you mark my answer wrong when I put it there. Please amend to accept either option.
It's correct. Report it.
Whats the difference between iuvenes and iuvenis?
plural and singular
Iuvenes is singular while iuvenis is plural?
Why is it wrong to write "Quot iuvenes in Romae sunt" with in before rome?
Because Romae already means "in Rome", so the additional "in" is not needed
Roma vs. Romae?
Roma - just name of the city
Romae - "in Rome"
Why is my answer being counted wrong? It is underlining juvenes. I don't know how to underline a word on a computer
iuvenes is the singular, iuvenis is the plural