this is fun and easy
i love doulingo
A lot of English people complain that Irish has a lot of vowels. They obviously have never seen Romanian.. Or Finnish for that matter.
Have seen both. Am not English. Still complaining about Irish because the use of vowels is mildly infuriating.
I agree with the Finnish part completely
what? romanian has a,e,i,o,u the basic and î, â, ă. thats all.
It didn't give me the option to add the accented a
Romanian is amazing. And super easy for people.
Fun and SO Easy!
yup! Sure is!
Which gives "a boy" meaning in Romanian? un băiat or o băiat? I am confused
un baiat, because "un" is for male pronouns, such as a boy, a male, a man, and "o" is for female pronouns, such as a female, a girl, a woman.
Because in one sentence he accepted "un băiat" and in the other sentence he said "o băiat" Duolingo
Un and O? What is the difference between them
"Un" means "A" in a masculine form, while "O" is the feminine form. So if you wanted to say: "A girl", you would say: "O fata"
Face tu știu eu sunt indian
I think the two are right
It's very easy