Could you state "eu sunt o femeie, nu sunt o fata"? (repeating the verb)?
You could, but it is preferred not to.
Ot has more sense if you use the o (i know romanian 100% inwas born there)
Yes!you could do this.
Could you also say "eu nu sent femeie, nu fată" as well? I don't understand why in some sentences the o is included and in some it isn't.
Hello scrawrs I would say because it is a girl (undefined article) , so
Fată = girl
O Fată = a girl
Fata = The girl
Hope this helps!
Could you un femeie instead of o?
No, 'femeie' is a noun in feminine, easy to remember. 'O' is for feminine nouns, while 'un' is for the masculine ones.
No its not gender appropriate. O is used for feminine words
Un is used to masculine so a woman is feminine so its o
Why are the indefinite articles unnecessary here?
What do you mean? both sentences have the articles
Because [femeie] and [fata] are used as adjectives here, similar to how you would say, "I am tall" but in this case it is, "I am woman, not girl". It is a lot more fluent to say it without the particles when used as an adjective.
Sunt femeie, un fata. This is what it told me the answer was. I'm confused
Wait i was told that i shouldnt put the "Eu" at the beginning. Why??
Pronouns are optional when the verb person and gender is obvious.