Is "bea" pronounced as "ba" in this sentence? Because when I click the word, I hear "da" and I'm assuming it's not that either...
i wished they used native speakers instead of a computer generated voice. we are missing the nuances of the language this way. unless that really is a human voice??
Try to write the word "beat-ul" in romanian and play it on google translate. The beginning of this word sounds exactly the same like the word "bea". Hope it helps
Yes, your response was helpful. Thank You.
This usually helps: https://forvo.com/search/bea/ro/
had the same question! My romanian husband says that its always pronounced Bea for He and She
I'm typing the exact translation and it's telling me I'm wrong.
Did you use an Ă ?
I noticed that as well on a couple of the modules.
Why is it barbatul not just barbat?
Definite vs indefinite.
un bărbat = a man.
bărbatul = the man.
"Bea" remember me of English "bear", while sau remembers me "sal" (salt) in Portuguese, I don't know why there are similarities.
Bea is related to Portuguese beber; also to English beverage and imbibe.
When do I use bea and when do I use bei?
bei is second-person, so you drink is tu bei.
bea is third-person, so he drinks is el bea. (singular)
What is beau then?
beau is first-person, so I drink is eu beau.
However, it's also third person plural, so they drink is ei beau.
So 'sau' means or ?
Yes, as does "ori".