Is there a reason that "Germanice pueri et puellae cantant." Doesn't work?
Adverb by the verb is the common placement, otherwise it can sound poetic or wrong.
Why not "in Germanice"?
Germanice is an adverb, so it already has an implied "in", and grammatically cannot take a preposition
But wasn't "in" in sentence "Turba in Germanice loquitur" or it's just my memory?
I don't recall seeing that one. But that sentence would also be incorrect.
Okay, I just checked course and you are right, there isn't "in" before "Germanice".
"Alleweil ein gutes bayrisch Bier, alleweil ein schönes Kind bei mir, allzeit so so!" (Learnt it about 40 years ago, so my spelling might be a bit off, entschuldigen Sie bitte)
puer puellaque should work. I reported it, but the enclitic -que as and should work in a variety of places.
I agree. however, I worry that it may be difficult for them to incorporate that in the lessons
It wont accept my correct answer