Why not "we are well"?
Gender - singular - plural
The translation of the word lists both "good" and "well", but when I typed "we are well" it said it was wrong....???
Would this sentence be equivalent to, like, "Would you like a water?" "Nu, suntem buni." Or does it actually mean we're good at a job, or feeling fine?
"Suntem buni" is traslated as " We are good (hearted), We are good (people)
The correct answer to "Would you like a water?" is " Nu, suntem bine."
Is this 'i' as silent as it sounds in the example? If so am I right to think of it as an 'ih' sound rather than an 'ee' sound?
That's what I would like to know as well! Most of the examples that I have done in Plurals seem as though they are silent. Hopefully, someone will enlighten us!
its supposed to be silent if its at the end of the word.
Ah! Thank you for enlightening us SenaEbruCa!
No, it is not. Furthermore, I hear it. Yeah, it's not massively obvious, but it's there