"She is a woman, I am not."
Translation:Ea e femeie, eu nu sunt.
Probably, you have already found the answer for your question, but i just want let the others this details:
'e femeie' is the short form used for speaking during the informal situations (the language of the street)
English form:/ she's woman/
'este femeie' is the long form use for speaking during the formal situations and it is used preferably in writing English form:/ she is woman/
Hope this is useful for the everyone that is learning this language !
Ea e femeie, nu sunt. It was corrected as eu nu sunt, so...and I apologize I am starting completely from zero with Romanian, but I do have extensive experience in other romance languages. My question is...are pronouns necessary in Romanian or is it just this particular statement that require Eu.