the voice sounds like it is saying zlabă not slabă is this correct. my pronunciation guide does not say that S is voiced before certain consonants
it's a mistake; it should be slabă with an S
Thanks, Sab-b. But in a generic statement like "To look skinny" wouldn't you just always assume/use the masculine form as a default?
if i were to do strictly a translation, without context, yes i would use the masculine form; in the real world however, you would know the gender of the object you are talking about and use either the feminine or masculine
Perfect! Thank you!
Shouldn't "to seem skinny" be accepted? "Mi se pare că" is the the same in French as "Il me semble que", or in English, "It seems to me that"....
Shouldn't slim also be accepted as well as skinny
strictly from a language pow slab/ă is skinny; slim would be subțire; contextually they both should work
Sounds like S to me.
"To look weak" is accepted
Skinnari in finish laiha, say it like you write it.
Why isn't it 'slab'?
slab is masculine, slabă is feminine - so it all depends on who are you talking about