"The man speaks English."
Translation:Bărbatul vorbește engleza.
because they were to lazy to add it too... it's simply plausible for this context... man meaning, well, human and male in the same time, in english...
...because "omul" wasn't introduced to you in the lessons before? Anyway no one would say: "This human speaks English." This is the least likely version - although also possible!
Yes, "omul" wasn't introduced. However, "Omul vorbeşte engleza" is a VERY common sentence in Romanian. It is not at all the least likely version because "om" means "man" as well.
wow ! It really resembles Verbum ! Thats's it I believe. Italian French and Catalan used lat. Parolare ( parlare, parler, parlar) , and Spanish and Portuguese used Fabolare ( hablar, falar) and Romanian Verbum( a vorbi ) :D