Why sau and not ori, as it just has been introduced two sentences earlier?
According to Wiktionary, the words are synonyms. They mean the same and can both be used. Except, ori can also be used as 'either'. I can not guarantee I am right, though.
So they both mean or, but "ori" can be more directly translated to "either"?
I think it doesn't accept 'ori' because it hasn't been introduced yet...
I see that "ori" is accepted now.
tu citesti is also correct
Yeah, english is so simplified, you can either mean 1 person or a group..
You cant be tu .. Why ?
"Tu citești meniul sau ziarul." is an accepted answer. It's verified. What happened to you?
Of course it can. "You" can be "tu", "voi", and "dumneavoastru" in all its forms.
Sometimes it's really confusing. Like how do you know whether 'You' is going to be sing. or pl.? I wrote 'Tu' and it was wrong.
How do i know if it's "Tu" or "Voi"?
Tu is used for you as in one person, and voi is used for when you're talking to multiple people.