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"She writes and you read."

Translation:Ea scrie și tu citești.

June 4, 2017



Why iar insted of și?


They are both correct. But don't forget to put a comma [,] before "iar", but NOT before "și" (rare cases when this rules are changing)


Why is scrie și citești wrong?


I am new to Romanian, but in some other languages if there is a change in subject, then because of the change, one needs to specify each subject, even though subjects are indicated by the inflection of the verbs . Thanks Duo!


I don't know ... I reported it


As in all "pro-drop" languages: this sentence describes a contrast - person A does this, whereas person B does that. The pronoun can be dropped in other cases, but using it kind of highlights the person that is indicated with that pronoun.


The verb to read is very similar sounding in Russian -some trivia for polygotal enthusiasts.


Hello there. Thank you for writing this course. I have downloaded the Română keyboard to my android phone, however, I find the keyboard does not have the letter s-comma, although it does have t-comma. So, I used the letter ş, which is the closest option, though I know it is incorrect. Do I have the correct language keyboard? Are there different versions? Are there any special key combinations that would give me s-comma? I am wondering why this letter won't show up as an option when I hold the "s" key on the Română keyboard? Thank you in advance for any assistance. Cheers.


At my Romanian keyboard, if you hold that letter it will give you the ,,ș", ,,ț", ,,ă" and ,,â" :). Try it and I think it will work


Mine doesn't even have t-comma: ş ţ


I wonder where we can get a full and proper Română keyboard? It's going to be hard to advance în the language without one, I believe.


Are you using an apple keyboard or an android keyboard? Generally, on mobile if you hold the letter you can select either ș or ț


Hello. I have downloaded the Română keyboard to my android phone. When I hold down "t", it gives ț, þ, ť, and ţ as options. When I hold down "s", the following oprions are available: ş, ß, §, ś, and š, but no s-comma, even though it is a Română keyboard. I wonder if my keyboard has an update available, or if the missing letter can be accessed somehow? Oh, but you may have been addressing 《necronudist85》


,,ș" is correct with also the first option you putted there :)


How do i know if it is "tu" or "voi"???


what is the difference between citesti, citeste and citesc?


Eu citesc (I read) Tu citești (you read) El/ea citește (he/she reads)

Noi citim (we read) Voi citiți (you read-plural) Ei/ele citesc (they read)


iar does not mean and.....


is the last "i" in citești not pronounced?

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