'Yes, we speak the English language' is wrong? Isn't limba congnate with lengua/longue? Meaning toungue/language?
I was wondering why it was okay with Română but doesn't work with Engleză.
So in Romanian, is "limba" required when naming a language? Like in saying Irish language, can you just say Irish, or is the limba required?
Not really. You can either say "vorbesc limba română" or "vorbesc româna". Please note that you need to use the definite article when you say you speak a language. =)
So, it is acceptable to drop the subject pronoun in Romanian? It is a pro-drop language?
The normal sentence doesn't contain subject pronouns. The context helps to understand what the reference is. If a Romanian sentence contains a subject pronoun, then it's for stressing sake:
Ea vrea sucul ăsta! - She wants this juice (not he)
Salutări din Brazilia! Greetings from Brazil!
Is "da, vorbim englezește" accept as well?
how do i know how to change the forms of the verbs? i.e. why is it eu vorbesc but noi vorbim instead of noi vorbem?
unfortunately, you have to remember it by heart, but with practice it will be easy :)
is there any difference between "englezA" and "englezĂ". why is that in one sentence it is written with normal "A" and in another with this "Ă" ? i don't understand it.
I don't remember where engleza occurred, but it looks like it would be the definite form, "the," i.e. the Englishwoman.
It is the verb conjugation , the firts person plural is vorbim, in the next link you can the conjugations in romanian:
Greetings from Colombia