Romanian language lesson: Neuter nouns. Forming the plural

A neuter noun refers in general to a thing or an inanimate object. The neuter nouns are masculine in the singular and feminine in...

Romanian language lesson: Feminine nouns. Forming the plural

A feminine nouns designs a word referring to a female person, female animal, female bird, professions of female persons and nationalities regarding a female...

Romanian language lesson: Masculine nouns in Romanian; Plural endings

A masculine noun designs a word referring to a male person, male animal, male bird, professions of male persons and nationalities regarding a male...

Romanian language lesson: Definite and indefinite article in Romanian

Definite article The definite article in Romanian is attached at the end of the word. Definite article in the singular For a masculine noun ended into a...

Romanian language lesson: The verb “to like” in Romanian

One of the special verbs in Romanian is "a plăcea" (to like). This verb has only one possible form "place" in the Present, preceded by...

Romanian language lesson: Special phrases in Romanian

Some usual phrases in Romanian are formed with a pronoun in the dative and the verb “to be” in the third person singular. Examples Îmi este...

Romanian language: Present Indicative of the verbs in “-i / -î” (4th conjugation)

The verbs ended in “-i / -î” are considered verbs of the 4th conjugation. The Present Indicative is formed from the root verb. In order...

Romanian language lesson: The Present Indicative of the verbs in “e” (3rd conjugation)

The verbs with the “e” infinitive are considered verbs of the 3rd conjugation. Examples: a merge (to go), a scrie (to write), a deschide (to...

Romanian language lesson: The Present Indicative of the verbs in -ea (2nd conjugation)

The verbs with the infinitive ending in „-ea” are considered verbs of the 2nd conjugation. Some models conjugation are bellow:   A avea (engl. to have), a...

Romanian language lesson: The Present Indicative of the verbs in -a (1st conjugation)

The dictionary form of the verb is the infinitive form. The particle “a” is the mark for infinitive and represent the translation of “to”....

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