in latin I know the verb normally goes at the end of the sentence in romae habitat. Can i put it at beginning of the sentence habitat in romae?
Aug 28, 2020 9:02 PM
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"Romae habitat" and "habitat Romae", both are correct, but just "Romae", with no preposition.
In Latin, names of cities/towns can't be used with prepositions:
Roma venio (I come from Rome)
Romae sum (I am in Rome)
Romam eo (I go to Rome)