"ego ipse tabernam, in quā habitō, servāre possum”
Here's my translation:
“I can look after the shop in which I live, myself. It seems stilted though, how about this:
I can look after the shop that I live in, myself.
"Statim ad viam, in qua taberna erat, festinavit: adeo cupiebat tabernam possidere."
He hurried at once to the street in which was the shop: he was desiring to own a shop so greatly. ...