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"Hello, I eat an apple."

Translation:Salut, eu mănânc un măr.

November 18, 2016



This is an uncommon thing to say after hello... wouldn't the person see that you are eating an apple? Unless your talking by phone but... still... this is weird.


It can be a phone conversation: - Hello, what are you doing? [In Romanian is the common way to say „How are you?”] - Hello, I eat an apple :D


The sentence as given is odd in English. I'm eating might be better. Because then you're explaining to the person on the other end of the line.


I mean it could be something a little kid on the street of Romania would say. Person "Hi there!" Kid "Hello, I'm eating an apple!" shows apple


Is there any way to know when to use Salut or Buna?


In real life they are just like 'Hello' and 'Hey' it doesn't matter. Buna means good like buna seară (goodnight) buna dimineață (good morning) but you could say buna when greeting someone. Salut is just like a hello. My opinion as a native Romanian speaker; it doesn't matter which one you use.

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