Portuguese also uses "Eu".
But we spell it without the "y" in beginning. Romanians spell it like "yeu".
it's actually the other way around, it's spelled eu and it's pronounced ieu :)
Se scrie "eu" si se pronunta "ieu"
Well, both come from the Latin ego, so it doesn't come as a surprise.
I hate this audio... I'm Romanian and we sound nothing like this ':D
Wow I Like The Sound Like Eu Sunt O Femeie
Si eu sunt romanca
What does this mean?
And I am a Romanian woman. She spelled it wrong though, it is supposed to be "Și eu sunt o româncă" :)
Slovakian use "Ja" writen "little bid" different from "Eu", but sounds almoust exactly the same "Ja"/"Jau":) Interesting even more since our language is not a member of the romance languages.
I think the words for "I" are very similar in most European languages.
Latin - ego
English - I
German - ich
Dutch - ik
Danish - jeg
Spanish - yo
French - je
Portuguese - eu
Italian - io
Romanian - eu
Russian - ja
Greek - egó
A POLYGLOT LIKE ME
Audio sounds like "po femeie", got confused there for a second until I listened to the slow version, which does not have that problem.
So different from other Romance languages, where "sunt, sont" means "are".
Sunt also means "are",
For example: Ele sunt femei means they are women.
What's the difference between "o" and "un"
"o" is used for female subjects, "un" is used for male subjects
So it's similar to Portuguese
Mind you the alternate word for woman is "muiere".
Now say "(eu) sunt o muiere" in Portuguese.
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