"The man drinks coffee or tea."
Translation:Bărbatul bea cafea sau ceai.
bărbatul is "the man";
bărbat is "man".
eu is "I". You wouldn't say "I man" or "I the man".
That's the official answer, but there is more than one word for "or". If you had a multiple choice question, you needed to select all of the correct answers, not just one of them.
What does sau actually mean? Is it not comparable to the Sanish h "sea" or the French "soit", as in "Yo bebo sea café o té." "Il boit soit du café soit du thé." Which could also be stated as "Yo bebo café o té." "Je bois du café ou du thé."?
It's one word for "or".