May the powers that be watch over this sentence discussion and make sure it does not devolve into madness.
I am having a hard time hearing the final vowel in several of these plurals. I understand that the "i" is silent with words ending in "-ci", but I just couldn't hear the difference between cocoș and cocoși.
You can think of it as a soft sign instead of a letter, softening the letter before it, like the Russian ь. I do that and Romanians can never tell I'm not a native speaker :)
It is very subtle "i" sound. I have trouble hearing it from actual romanians speaking as well.
A man walks up to a drunk guy and says" hey, a black rooster is sitting on a fence, how many legs does it have?" The guy replies, "2" the man then says, " how many wings does it have?" The guy replies, "2" the man then says, "okay, how many eyes does it have?" The guy says,"2" then the man says,"ok, a white cat jumps on the fence, how many teeth does it have?" The guy thinks for a minute and says, "I don't know" then the man says, "how come you know so much about black cock, and nothing about white ❤❤❤❤❤?".
I like cocks... Get out of here you dirty-minded creep! I meant the animal.
Can this word be used as a curse word in Romanian like in English or is it only used for the animal
As an epicurean in French cuisine, "coq au vin" ("cock in wine sauce") is splendid.
I didn't know that cock could mean rooster too xD I'm spanish native speaker
We need a "Cocoși ori măgari?" sentence if we're to reach full potential.