Would appreciate it if "cașcaval" was actually taught previously
Report it or accept it was a curve ball and move on.
I'm very grateful for this course, and I can very well deal with the fact that an unknown word once in a while makes a multiple choice less trivial than it usually is.
Thank you, Romanian team!
Correct solutions in the multiple choice -
Fata n-are o plăcintă cu cașcaval, are o plăcintă cu ciocolată.
cașcaval is a word that has never been taught. nice work.
What's the difference between "caşcaval" and "brânză"?
The difference is between a fresh/soft cheese and a harder aged cheese.
They are two diferent types of cheese
Can't remember the short form 'n-are' = 'nu are' was taught before. Please check this. Thanks
Previously, I was taught that tort de ciocolata was the translation for chocolate cake, but this time it was marked down because they wanted the translation for "pie with chocolate"...wouldn't both be correct? For both cheese and chocolate pie?
cascaval is a type of cheese... it should be brinze and ciocolata.
brinze is used as cheese in general- heard romanian since birth amongst grownups...
The answer was already given in the correct order O.o, not the first time that this happened
Prajiuta no placinta
Couldn't I just drop the articles though? I'm a little confused