Can it be “Ego tres fratres habeo"?
I'm not a moderator, so don't quote me on this, but I think that translates to "I three brothers, I have," which is redundant and grammatically incorrect.
Wow, that was a sentence and a half right there.
I like this sentence. It's fun to say.
why do you use habeo and not habito?
habito means 'I live/reside'