spiders georg eats 10000 spiders a day
Well, if he's Renfield . . .
That's exactly what I thought
That's exactly who came to mind . Well this is Romanian course
I feel concerned for the romanian diet
Sorry,românii nu mănânca păianjeni pentru ca au un IQ destul de ridicat.
I think the recording is not very clear or my ear is not quite tuned up. I listened carefully and got paianjen, did not hear any final "i" even though I expected to find it.
Same here. If it were plural, shouldn't the "i' be pronounced?
It's one 'i' so no, it's not heard. Even though I myself can't hear the difference between with or without either.. It's really hard to distinguish the sound for non-natives apparently.
It palatalizes the consonant, a very slight difference which is very difficult for native English speakers (or Spanish, French, etc.) to hear.
Exactly. Romanians and speakers of Slavic languages such as Russian will describe this in English as making it "soft", which usually perplexes the English speaker they're trying to teach (-:
In this frase you can hear it a bit in the "n" before. It sounds like the Spanish ñ.
Ozzy mănâncă un liliac.
He does when he's a guest on Fear Factor or Survivor.
I hope not o_O
If he is a Chiese
Can someone please help me understand the difference between "does the man eat spiders?" and "the man eats spiders". I'm struggling with this every time it's a question!
The difference is on the inflection. If the tone is of a question it is a question. If the tone is flat then it's a statement.
un păianjen, doi păianjeni
To me the audio sounds like 'paa-jaa-nu-sjè-nie'. Am I the only one hearing this?
Can it lit be normal phrases pls duo
dar el stie ce mănâncă?
Phrase of the day!
Yep, good to know Romanian when you're visiting other continents.
Worse happens on Rugby Club tours.
What a dumb sentence