"I am not a girl."
Translation:Nu sunt fată.
I use SwiftKey, a free keyboard app you can find in your app store. It's great. You can customize the look and feel, resize the buttons, and add alternate languages, including Romanian. The accents for letters are available, but the predictive text usually gives me the right word, spelled correctly.
Yes. It's a little inconvenient, but it also really goes to show how similar Romanian is to the rest of the Romance languages.
Use un with masculine words like bărbat, and use o with feminine words like femeie. It gets a little more complicated with definite articles, but for now that's all you need to know.
Here are a few examples to help you pick up the pattern:
o femeie - a woman
un bărbat - a man
un băiat - a boy
o fată - a girl
a farfurie - a plate
un tort - a cake
un scaun - a chair
Eu nu sunt. The other one could be used for "Eu sunt, nu altcineva" "It is me, not someone else". In Romanian the negation typically precedes what is being negated. For this sentence it may seem otherwise, but one could interpret it as a denial of the state of being a man, woman etc.