"The men eat pork with mustard."
Translation:Bărbații mănâncă porc cu muștar.
did 'oameni' appear somewhere prior to this point? i don't recall seeing this as a vocabulary term
I think that oameni means 'people' more than it does 'the man', but I don't believe I've seen it previously on this course
A Romanian friend told me that Om/Oameni (Singular and Plural) can be used to express Man/Men but i think, here the word Oameni its just in plural and not articulated (Oamenii) this word is one of the exceptions that changes it all in plural :) Also for me Om/Oameni, as a Native Spanish Speaker means Hombre/Hombres it makes sense haha, raise your hand spanish speakers, and tell me if this is not true hahaha.