My Romanian parents agree. It sounds funny. I think it's just the way the computer voice pronounces it.
Verbs usually have a pattern. In this case, the conjugations are as follows:
a mânca (to eat)
a bea (to drink)
If ever I want to know what a word means or how to conjugate a specific verb, I visit Wiktionary. It usually has more than enough information.
What you said doesn't really help someone who doesn't speak the language. How would they now what you mean? The spelling is the same.
when to use mananca and manacum..?? i am even confused with when to use bei bea and beau..can some one clear it for me please
Drink:. You drink(tu bei), he/she drinks(el/ea bea), i drink(eu beau). Mananca is he/she/they eat or are eating( el/ea/ei/ele mananca). There is no manacum!?
Beau is pronounced "be" as in "bell" + "au" similar to "ow"(the pain interjection). But it's all together in one syllable.
The pronounce for "beau" it's not "bo". You need to hear ALL the letters. "Beau" is pronounced "beau". Listen a native speaker :)