Why can't you use singular 'you' here? Ți-e drag de țară ta.
Ti-e draga tara ta?
Why is "Țara ta ți-e drag?" wrong? Do you have to use "de" ("drag de ceva")?
Can someone please explain the grammar here? I'm completely lost on this one.
"Voua" is not necessary there. And the rest just goes as always;
"va" to you, "e drag" is it dear, "de tara voastra" of your country". Hope I'm correct and I could help you with this.
I wrote: " Ție îți e drag de țara ta." and it was correct.
Why in this sentence is your country last in the sentence when in the sentence about the war the war comes at the beginning?
My response (from a pick list):
Vouă vă e drag țara voastră?
You have a typo.
Vouă vă e dragă țara voastră?
Of course draga (with accent) wasn't on the pick list. Only now realise that the error is "drag de"
iti este tara ta draga?
Țară voastra vouă vă e drag marked incorrect . What did i do wrong there?
Tara voastra este va draga was also marked as incorrect!!!? But I yhink that it is more correct than offered answer.
Why "tara voastra este drag pentru ta" is wrong? Sorry for the accents but the codes don't seem to work!