Translation:You speak English and I speak Romanian.
"engleza" and "româna" are the articulated forms of the nouns "engleză" and "română".
"engleza" means 'the language' and "engleză" means 'language'.
If you say "limba engleză" or "limba română" the words "engleză" and "română" are used as adjectives.
That's what I was wondering too and hope someone can clarify. Hence my question above. However if I may guess, remember how fată is 'girl' but fata is 'the girl'? I noticed they say engleza for 'English' but la limba engleză for 'the English language', so that could be the difference. Somewhat like English (adjective) and 'the English' (noun). I am sure I'm wrong somewhere in this deduction though lol.
I agree - in my opinion it's the definite article we see here: română = Romanian româna = the Romanian (language)
It's like brânză = cheese brânza = the cheese
Sorry, I may be remembering incorrectly, but wasn't the you form of speak vorbiti? Or is one the y'all/you(formal) one? If so, which is which? By the way, I can't do accents for the t and a right now, or just don't know how. If you do let me know. Thanks!
If you're using the app on your phone, three should be a gear icon near the space bar or an icon that you can long press to make the gear icon come up. Either way, press the gear icon chose the Romanian keyboard. Then you can toggle between the two as needed.