"Two English apples."
Translation:Două mere englezești.
I have a question related to Essential Grammar by Gönczöl/Davies in which the word măr for apple is listed as masculine:
This confused me so I looked it up in dex:
Definition 1 is apple, the tree, definition 2 is apple, the fruit - 1 is masculine, 2 is neuter.
Can măr on it's own also be a word for apple tree?
The grammar is still in the wrong, because it says nothing about an apple tree.
That was super fast, I'm still editing the question :). So if I say Eu am un măr, it can actually mean I have an apple tree?