So, there is no difference between "e" and "este"?
No, there isn't
"E" is informal. In general, whenever you have two synonyms in Romanian, the longer word is considered the more formal.
maybe you learn a little more languages...
Why is it" El este Bărbat" and not "El este un Bărbat"
Both seem to be accepted but I don't know why
Im confused... whats the difference between "El este om" and "El este un bărbat"?
Is one informal or something?
"El este om"-He is human!
"El este un barbat"-He is a man!Did you spot the difference?
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would it be wrong to put "el e un barbat" since "e" is the same as "este" and "el este un barbat" means the same as "el e barbat"?
Yes, "El e un barbat" is correct.
why doesn't it say un barbat?
"Un" is optional in this case, "un barbat" is more emphatic, you would mostly use it where we say"one man" in English.
Well, "e" and "este" are pretty much the same thing, but, i guess "e" is the short version of "este"
How does "El e barbatul" differ?
I'm pretty sure "barbatul" is the "definite article", so that would translate to "He is the man" rather than "He is a man". :)
I understand the accents, my keyboard just doesn't have the correct symbols on it to use.
You can use the buttons under the place to write (sorry I'm not a native English speaker)
i am Romanian just do not know how i can learn Romanian. also a 9 year old child
Then you tried Duolingo, does it work ?
How do I get the accents like 'à"
Add the romanian keyboard to your device then press and hold a and the different options will pop up
Ate there any rules for saying " un"? In engish it will always be "he is a man" but in Romanian it seems random