Translation:Noi avem pâine sau orez.
I'm a bit confused, "noi" was introduced as the word "new" but it's also "we"? Could someone please explain this, I looked on google but didn't find anything helpful. Thanks in advance :)
English "new" is Romanian "nou".
Was the word perhaps labeled as being new? As in "New Word!"?
No I also noticed it. Maybe it's interchangeable spelling?
Not as far as I can tell. It could just be an error on Duo's part.
2018-07-02 Yes, I saw this too, in the sentence "You have two new children." If "new" is nou, maybe noi is plural?
To be clear, I got confused when I saw noi used as "new". I was familiar with it meaning "we" in Italian, so in context here it was evident.
According to Google Translate, yes. nou is singular "new" and noi is plural "new". At least in the masculine.
What's the difference between "sau" and "ori"?
I did a little Googling. It seems they are perfectly interchangeable, although one source says "sau" is in more common use than "ori".