Seems a bit like Portuguese:
Eu - Eu
não - nu
sou - sunt
um - un
garoto - băiat (?)
Although the sunt is more Classical Latin
Yes, that's what i was going to say, it's very similar, with the exception of the word "băiat" for 'boy'
Since both are in the Romance language family, they seem alike. Yo no soy un chico. (Spanish). Jo no soc un noi (Catalán), Je ne suis pas un garçon. (French), etc...
"Sunt eu, un haiduc"
So I just started yesterday. Can anyone help me out: what's the difference between "un" and "o"? They both seem to mean the same thing.
Un is for the masculin gender and o is for the feminin gender
Cuz I'm a man, I'm a man, I'm a man, I'm a man...
Aloe Blacc - The Man
A sentence every male teenager needs.