Why do you boil apples
I think there is a deeper mystery here
It's called compot, like a tea with fresh boiled fruits, very tasty.
Then it should be stewed apples
Ultimately from Latin ferveo with the same meaning. Related to English fervour
Can două mere fierte mean "two boiling apples" as well?
"fierte" is a finished action... so no, whereas "fierbând (which is gerund)" means boiling (in the process of boiling)
Ok I see. Can I use it as an adjective, e.g. "marul fierbând" for "the boiling apple" (in the process of boiling)?
Mersi! I'm sending you two lingots and a porumb fiert.
haha... make sure to put a lot of salt on it
I wrote exactly the same and they say that it's a mistake. How can it be?
hi, have a good day wherever you are and whatever you are doing
Sure, why not?!