"Are you the fortieth?"
Translation:Tu ești a patruzecea?
In English , it doesn't exist, but romanian hates us and it gave us the polite form : "Dumneata "=pers. II sg , "Dumnealui"=pers III,sg ,m. ,"Dumneaei"=pers III,sg,f,"Dumneavoastră"=II,pl and "Dumnealor"=pers III,pl,m and f
in Romanian there is no per I for some reason. But there are more forms (not usually used )
Hi Lucky8boy. Thanks for getting back to me. I hadn't put the question very well - what I was curious about was what ending one would use for "fortieth" - "patruzecea" I understand to be a singular form. If one was using "sunteti" as a polite plural form, referring to a single person, would it still be "patruzecea" or, as I suspect, does that have an ending which changes? Also, if you were using "sunteti" to a group of people, what ending would "fortieth" have? Thanks in advance.
Indeed, today I choose 'sunteti' and it was wrong. It was supposed to be tu esti. Most of the times 'tu' is wrong. I don't get it really.