Did you know? In Hebrew we also say "orez" for rice :)
I like that you compare two languages! But with all the posts in Hebrew now, this thread is less useful for people trying to learn Romanian... очень жаль...
same in Albanian. oriz :)
is there something like present continuous in romanian?
I read in an earlier question that there isn't, there is only a past continuous.
No . I am romanian and i know :)
how can I get a keyboard wiyb Romanian accents
What's difference between"orez" and "orezUL". Is that any rules?
Orez - rice / orezul - the rice
Shouldn't it accept "We eat rice"?
"Orez" means "rice" and "orezul" means "the rice" :)
Yeah i agree. It sound weird in English, saying "the rice"
Depends on the context. Restaurant menus often give a choice of noodles or rice with an entrée, so it would not be weird to say ?Jim chooses the noodles and we eat the rice."
What is the difference between the pronounciation of u and ^a (sorry for the ugly accent)?
hey guys do you know the word cool means poop in my language
Orezul means ,,the rice,,.