I'll give the (possibly more correct) Latin sentence with a translation.
1) fama fori est magna. [The fame of the Forum is great.]
2) Via Sacra in Foro Romano est. [The Sacred House is in the Roman Forum.]
3) statuam in Via Sacra portamus. [We carry the statue in the Sacred House.]
4) templas, basilicas, statuasque in Foro spectas. [You see temples, basilicas and statues in the Forum.] (The "-que" ending is tacked on to the last word in a long list, basically means adding "and" to every item in the list. Easier than saying "et" a whole bunch of times.)
5) poetae templas deorum in Foro laudant. [The poets praise the temples of the gods in the Forum.]
6) in Foro est Curia, aedificium magnum. [In the Forum is Curia, a great building.] (In Latin, adjectives always follow the nouns they describe.)
7) in Curia, multi senatores laborant. [In Curia, many senators work.]