"The boys and girls sing in German."
Translation:Pueri et puellae Germanice cantant.
Germanly [ In German ], the boys and girls sing. • adverbs, tend to precede the word or words to which they belong • Allen and Greenough's Latin Grammar 1890
although the order of words in Latin is comparatively free, it is not random, but frequently different orders indicate different nuances of meaning and emphasis Latin Word Order • Latin Word Order: Structured Meaning and Information, A. M. Devine, Laurence D. Stephens, Oxford University Press, Feb 23, 2006 • Latin syntax
Germanly [ In German ], the boys and girls sing. [ Hyperbatonic separation of the adverb from the modified verb for some emphatic reason and purpose: for instance, the boys and girls singing was expected to be in Latin or Greek. Who knew the boys and girls were even learning German ]
Allen and Greenough's Latin Grammar: For Schools and Colleges : Founded on Comparative Grammar • Special Rules of Order • Page 389 b. • Numerical adjectives, adjectives of quality, demonstrative, relative, and interrogative pronouns and adverbs, tend to precede the word or words to which they belong: as, — 1890