Multi ortore sunt in templo
The pronounciation is butchered
I had to guess the word "oratores" because it was not understandable.
this guy's excessively American accent is absolutely atrocious. He doesn't pronounce the vowels right
is "in the temple are many orators" not the same as "there are many orators in the temple"?
if you mean 'in the temple there are many orators', yes.
I thought the Multi ought to be Multae oratores?
It ought not. Multi is used because the "oratores" is a masculine plural noun. We use "multi" for masculine but "multae" for feminine plurals.
Sometimes multi means many and sometimes it means very many. Is this a rule of just mistake?
Multi - many
Plurimi - very many
Shouldn't "Many orators are in the temple" also he acceptable?