Translation:Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred
are there any linguists here ? if yes I have a question : Indo European languages are divided in two groups Eastern and Wertern according to the way they say ONE HUNDRED in Sanskrit and Latin. The Eastern group is called the SATEM group and the Western group is called the KENTUM group. Now I see that Romanian uses SUTA for one hundred. This is more SATEM than KENTUM. But Romanian does belong to the KENTUM group, or not ?
Unfortunately, I don't speak Romanian yet, but I guess that here is some opinion about that subject (just cheat with Google translation ;) https://cabalinkabul.wordpress.com/2013/12/27/irelevanta-criteriului-centum-satem-in-lingvistica-indo-europeana/
(the comments on the page do not seem to agree, but still one gets some impression...)
well, i must thank you from the bottom of my heart. This is by far the best information I have received on the SATEM-KENTUM controversy. Though I don't speak Romanian either and just started studying it 2 weeks ago, i understand it pretty well when reading because my mother tongue is French and I speak very fluently Spanish-Portuguese and Italian. I also studied Latin and Classical Greek in my youth. I live in South America since over 28 years now.Thanks again.