"They eat the rice and drink the water."
Translation:Ele mănâncă orezul și beau apa.
It is actually either: English does not distinguish between the masculine "they" and the feminine one. Romanian does.
Good luck eating the newspaper. The word is difficult to remember for me. I imagine the Slovak town of Ziar nad Hronom making it into the international news
If 'ele' is feminine and 'ei' is masculine, what do you say if there is a group of people, with men and women ?
Yes, when you can infer the pronoun from the context, you can use only the verb. But keep in mind that "beau" is also the person I singural: "Eu beau" (I drink)
Why does it keep telling me to "pay attention to the accents" even though i put the accent in every time :|
Why does it say I hav a typo on my answer when they as neautral is ei because it is masculine, it says my typo is that I didn't write ele but they don't reffer to girls. I am guessing they mean there is an alternative answer?