A minor problem in the exercise that lets you pick from the list of words to make the sentence; an a is missing so that you can't say both "a child" and "a man" with the available options. I've reported this issue on 23/05/2017.
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In Romanian you can miss out the indefinite article where it is implicit so 'El este copil' ('He is child') and 'El esta un copil' ('He is a child') are the same. Which is used in exercises does seem to be very hit and miss. This is problematic in the 'Say What You Hear' exercises as, with the voice used, it's easy to not hear if an un or o is present or not.
If you wanted to say 'he is the child' (definite article) then you would say 'El este copilul'.
While the meaning (in English) is the same, it is a less direct translation. @Tsukimaru, "He" supplies the gender, so the child would have to be a boy. Also, (I would love for a native speaker to address this) I think "copil" refers to a very young child while "băiat" could also be an older male child and that is the cause for the distinction.
They keep marking my answer wrong, even though it matches exactly what the phrase is correctly.
"He is a child and you are a man." This is what I typed, but still got it wrong :)
Is El pronounced correctly here? I keep hearing a "t" in the beginning so it becomes tel and I got really confused