"a man, two men"
Translation:un bărbat, doi bărbați
When adding an "-i" at the end (either with some plurals or second person singular verb conjugations), the "t" becomes "ț" (there are exceptions):
un robot - doi roboți (a robot - two robots)
eu strănut - tu strănuți (I sneeze - you sneeze)
In this case, the "ț" at the end is palatalized. Try pronouncing "nazi" in just one syllable.
Can someone explain how, upon hearing man or men, one is supposed to know-- I'm not hearing a single difference in pronunciation.. they both sound like "borbat"... the i at the end apparently isn't pronounced. Are we to strictly figure it out from context? Just curious.