"Eu port pantaloni, o cămașă și pantofi."

Translation:I wear pants, a shirt, and shoes.

November 24, 2016

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Why isn't there a comma after cămașă? Is there an actual reason or is it just a typo?


In many languages a comma is not used before the final item in a list. Nor is this comma, known variously as the "serial comma", "the Harvard comma" or the Oxford comma" obligatory in all forms of English, and the way I was taught (BrE) was not to use it unless its absence might cause ambiguity.



Interesting, in Spanish the word for pants if pantalones and for shirt is camisa

The similarity between Romance languages is fascinating

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