Why not 'curați'? Do you use the feminine form when masculine and feminine nouns are present? (This would be unlike French where you'd use the masculine form)
I believe volan is a neuter noun, not masculine, and since it's plural, the adjective takes the -e ending like plural feminine nouns do.
Can a native Romanian explain to me the difference in usage between o roată and un volan? Which one would be used if reffering to a car in an informal conversation? Thank you!
I believe volan is the steering wheel of a car and roată the actual wheel(s) it drives on.