Congrats to anyone who comes here not needing help: that was one long sentence! Let me tell you, I got more than 2 things wrong. Good luck with the 1st real test in spelling! Hopefully I can help next time... : )
Yup, got it right but some spellings and extra character were wrong
Why cant we answer with "an apple". An apple in the same with one apple right?
right? but hey grammar is different everywhere
Why is "două mere" correct?
If I'm not wrong "măr" is male. With respect to this I would expect to see "doi mere" because "două" will be used for female nouns, isn't it?
"Măr" has two meanings. It's masculine when it refers to "apple tree". "Two apple trees" is therefore "doi meri". However, it's neuter when it refers to the fruit "apple". "Two apples" is "două mere".
Măr is neutral. Neutrals have in singular "un" like male and in plural "două" like female.
We normally say. In uk we have an apple,not we have one apple unlesd we are asked how many
I blame the patriarchy
I cant find the symbols on my phone for pronunciation!
This sentence came preanswered correctly. I get one or more that way per lesson. "Check" is happy.
I write "Gilr has one apple and boy has two apples" i missed "The"
That is what I put
In the first lessons the word un is defined as "a". In english the word could be translated as "a"or "one" if un means one it should be defined earlier with a.
Loving all this Romanian
Whi not the girl has an aplle???