Neuter gender is interesting. Example: un măr/două mere. When singular, the noun is masculine, and when plural the noun is feminine. Neuter works differently in Romanian, not like in German, Russian, Greek etc.
The "A" makes the sound like "all" and "always". and "ā" sounds more like the short u in "cut" and "but." Likewise the "â" or "î" sound like short "oo" in "look" and "book"
1) I dont have accent marks available on my keyboard. Pls dont count my responses wrong for not using them.
2) Why does a session suddenly stop, with the explanation that they will be available in one hour?