Would a native Romanian please explain to me the difference in usage "înspre", "dinspre" and "spre"? Thank you.
The article is not used after a prepositon except for "cu" or possessives
Rața înoată spre gașcă
Rața înoată spre gașca mea.
The duck swims to my goose.
Towards sounds more natural to me (Dutchy). but just found out it's both correct
So, isn't "the goose" gâsca instead of gâscă? The way the sentence is now, it would rather mean "the duck swims towards a goose", no?
You don't use the definite form because of the preposition. Masa = the table, but pe masă = on the table.
In real life that will never happen!