As far as I know, "eu" is not necessary to complete the conjugated verb. So "I myself" is to be thought as one entity here, like "Bought her, all by myself"
Also, "o" often takes different positions relative to the verb in comparison with the other accusative pronouns (îl, ....), but I'm not sure if the latter is relevant here.
@impvam In Romanian you can have pronoun+verb or verb+pronoun as subject and predicate in a sentence and both are correct.
"I buy it myself"; unless I am buying a cow. In that case I could say "I buy her...".
or a ship...
but most likely some Duolingo computer algorithm mixes up pronouns, sometimes they use "he" and "it" in the same sentence for apparently the same thing...
Schattenparker, in Romanian we don't have sometring like "it" so we need to use "el" and "ea" for things and creatures, according to the gender of the noun.
What is the difference between eu mă cumpăr and cumpăr eu însumi? I.e. when should you use mă andd when should you use însumi?
@lebo_bebo You can't buy yourself (mă cumpăr) even you are rich... When "cumperi tu însuți" you don't send someone to buy for you. Otherwise you can buy via someone or online...
Thanks. But if you were buying something for yourself as opposed to it being for somebody else, could you then use mă cumpăr?
Then you should use "îmi cumpăr ceva" or "cumpăr asta pentru mine". "Mă cumpăr" means "I buy me" or "I pay to buy my person".