"A wolf eats fried meat."
Translation:Un lup mănâncă carne prăjită.
I'm confused I thought 'o' was 'a' also, or is it because it's a feminine 'a'?
Sorry I guess am asking why the answer isn't two options. Un lup mananca carne prajita & o lup mananca carne prajita. Can you not start with a sentence with 'o'
Oooh, now I understand. Well, in Romanian, nouns have genders and lup is a masculine noun. The rule is:
- masculine: un (a wolf - un lup)
- feminine: o (a sheep - o oaie)
You also have a neuter gender which has the singular as a masculine and the plural as a feminine.
- neuter: un (a chair - un scaun, but two chairs is două scaune)