Can someone tell me the difference between mănănc and mănăncă?
Im not an expert but I believe they are different conjucations "eu mananc"= I eat "el/ea mananca" = he/she eats "noi mancam" we eat "voi mancati" you (plural) eat
Eu mănănc = I eat
El /Ela mănăncă = he /she eats
El /Ele mănăncă = they eat
Yes. I was starting to notice this in many different words.
Is there difference between copil and copilul ?
I think 'copilul' means 'the child'
The suffix 'ul' represents the english version of 'the'. So child=copil and THE child=copilUL
Copil = child
Copilul = the child
First I thought it was both of them!
It's pretty misleading
Me too! It's tricky, but it will become naturally as we learn
Is mânca the infinitive form of the verb eat?
a mânca is infinitive yes
The speaker pronounces c like a Bantu click sound
Mănânc 1. Person singular. Mănâncă 3. Person singular
Copinul nu mananca marul.
Baiatul mananca marul.
Why does mănâncă have a question mark next to it in the hover hint?
Is the negation (nu) always first before something?
It tends to go before the verb.
An error happened at the exercise to me. I couldn't define the sequence of the word, they would go to the wrong place by themselves.
Is it just this sentence?