Is it wrong to put "in" at the beginning of this sentence? "In Germanice legere volumus"?
in does not go with germanice since germanice is an adverb meaning something like 'in a German way".
in is used with nouns in the accusative or ablative.
It's been helpful for me to think of it as we want to read German-ly
Why is it Germanice and not Germanico?
"In germanice Legere volumus" marked wrong for me... Is that "In" at the beginning wrong?
As Moopish commented above, germanice is actually an adverb for "german" which becomes something like "in a german way", thus in is not necessary nor I think it would be grammatical in this case.
Why Germanice volumus legere its wrong???
I would also like to know