Is Omul = Bărbatul ?
Om = human/person
Omul can also be man.
Om was the word I learned from the Teach Yourself Romanian book
un păianjen, doi păianjeni
Ce propoziție scârboasă! Românii nu mănâncă nici păianjeni, nici țânțari. De ce spuneti asemenea tâmpenii?
When you click on the word "Does" ... It says face .
In English the "does" is part of the verb construction in a questioning format, no Romance languages do this, or Dutch either.
Face bărbatul mănâncă păianjeni? nu este corect? Spuneți în Engleză te rog
No, it's not. 'Do/Does' at the beginning of a question applies only to English. In Romanian it's enough to just put a question mark at the end of a statement and read it with a rising intonation in order to make it into a question.
Why would they introduce a new word in this way? I'm coming back to review this lesson and I get a brand new word?!
Can you reverse the verb and pronoun to make a question as you can in French?
Yes, but it is noun, not pronoun.