Would plateae in urbe sordidae sunt be correct?
I think it should be, but I guess it doesn't get accepted because "we haven't learned that word yet".
Other places 'plateae' is accepted as 'streets'. For some reason here it insists on 'viae'.
Could: 'In urbe viae sordidae sunt' be accepted?
Street cleaners are clearly highly underrated here.
In urbe viae sordidae sunt
”In urbe viae sunt sordidae.” also not accepted