"The woman does not drink the tea or the water."
Translation:Femeia nu bea ceaiul sau apa.
How am I supposed to know what "ori" means? It hasn't been introduced anywhere.
They use to make us fail some exercises... that's a good way to remember and learn...
Ori is more frequently used between two clauses, and sau between two words. That's what a native romanian tells me. So sau would be more idiomatic in the present sentence.
How is bei verbally pronounced? It sounds like a russian da but im not sure....
Why is "the man" barbatul while "the woman" is simply femeia? Shouldn't "ul" be added on to woman as well?