Ĉi tie venas la suno du du du duuu...♫
What is the reference?
"Here comes the sun" by The Beatles.
Give Nina Simone a try :)
same question here
That's exactly what I wanted to post. One lingot for you.
Mi volas scii,
Ĉu vi iam vidis la pluvon?
It burns but I am looking right at it.
Staring at the sun gives you superpowers.
It gives you heat vision!
It gives you blind vision
...so ask many people in the UK on a daily basis.
Ni vidas ĝin, sed neniam legas ĝin.
Ne regardu la sunon!
Mi provis vidi la sunon, sed mi farigxis blindan.
Is suno used for both our Sun (in the solar system) and other suns (in other galaxies)?
Both for our Sun (Suno) in "Sunsistemo" and other suns (sunoj) but only when they have "planedsistemo" :) http://vortaro.net/#Suno
Can you feel the sunshine?
Ne, mi ne povas. Ĉi tie noktas.
Would "Have you seen the sun" be correct?
I don't think so, as the verb is in the present tense. (Past would be "vidis".)
Why is it sunon, not suno?
I also have this question in mind. Anyone?
It's because "suno" is the object of the verb "vidas", so you would have to add the "-n" suffix to show that it is the object.
I like how you answered the question in the end.