"You are a woman, not a man."
Translation:Tu ești o femeie, nu un bărbat.
I love this duolingo app, it is a blast to learn Romanian because my parents are Romanian. So now I will understand a little bit of what they are saying. It's a good thing they can speak English! check it out - Eu sunt un fata nu un baiat.
i wrote tu eşti and it gave me almost correct and underlined eşti which is what I wrote! no problem because it passed but small bug!
ah ha! i see it now when i look really closely! Is there a keyboard option for windows that uses the proper one?
Actually is a matter of typography not grammar. S with comma below or with cedilla, as well as T with comma below or cedilla mean the same thing (Ș = Ş , Ț = Ţ). As far as I know, the standard romanian keyboard for Windows 7 and 10 uses the "comma below" variant, older versions use what have been labeled "romanian legacy" (with cedilla and a different layout). (I would not enter in a heated argument about "comma below" versus cedilla, use "comma below" whenever you can but remember that cedilla is not "wrong").
Some what annoyed that got marked wrong because I also used ești in the second clause. In similar questions elsewhere the answer has required the to be verb in the second clause. Which is actually correct?
What is the difference between esti and este? I don't get it!! Can someone help me?