I find it interesting how we weren't at all introduced to what I assume is a contraction equivalent with the n-are form in previous lessons, but are expected to know it as we strengthen skills. Are there rules on this? Is it a contraction?
I'm not good at explaining, but "n-are" is used for a faster easier pronunciation, as it sounds the same as "nu are" spelled fast. This also happenes to other words.
Aici este o greseala oîn loc de ,,nu" este ,,n"
So contraction is done with a hypen, "n-are" not with an apostrophe "n'are" as in many other languages? It would be nice if this were in the notes...
I cannot choose any of these, and cannot go forward :(
if anything... n-are looks WRONG.
Not any more wrong than "doesn't" does.