"The woman has one apple, the man has two apples."
Translation:Femeia are un măr, bărbatul are două mere.
”Unu” is not accepted because in the English sentence you have ”one apple”. Unu is the number when you count one, two, three / unu, doi, trei. If you want to say ”one + noun”, like here, one apple, you will have to use ”un măr”, like the indefinite article. If you put it the other way around, the man has two apples, the woman has one, you can say bărbatul are două mere, femeia are unul. With an L at the end of unu, unul beeing a pronoun in this case. https://dexonline.ro/definitie/unul
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All nouns have grammatical gender, and they are what they are independent of anything else. Only adjectives agree with the nouns they modify.
Verb conjugation has nothing to do with grammatical gender at all. It's strictly 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person, singular and plural agreement with the subject. In other words: