When you think you've learned a word, all of a sudden there's a male and female version with the same meaning!
Haha, yes :D Same here :)
Same meaning? Do you consider that he and she have the same meaning, for instance?
«Ele» is like «ei», but female form?..
Yep, exactly :)
Esti roman ?
Da eu sunt!!
That's kind of confusing, since ele is Portuguese for "he". I don't even study Portuguese much, but apparently enough to be confusing!
Do I have to use the term "om" when we refer to the human being in general?
Depends. Om is for both (= human), but also Ei could be used for a mixed group (Ei beau apa - group of boys or boys and girls)
Due to the ele option not being there, we're unable to go fourth. Frustrating.
Sometimes, I think, you can just try deleting everything and click on the SKIP option -at least you may be able to continue. I did not have this problem since my lesson was just to translate into English.
They dont need to have an ele option
Este foarte semplu tot testu !!
I am român
It wasnt a mistake. I wrot corect...
Is there a bug in the app? I translate correct and always say it is wron. Even their corrected answer is the same like mine
The ele option isn't available.
Sadly it doesn't recognize this
You can write "Sunt bărbați și sunt femei" if ei or ele isn't available. The verb form (and this case it being followed by a plural) tells you all you need to know.
I wrote the exact answer and it shows as wrong.. :(
I wrote "Eu sunt bărbat ..." by mistake, and it shows as correct. :-D
But of course it is actually wrong.
Why do you think it's wrong? I am man. It's right.
Ele - they as male form, ei - they as female form. In this lesson is mistake.
Its the other way around. Ei is "they" if there is at least one male in the group where ele is they if the entire group is female.