Whenever you visit a foreign country or foreigners come to visit yours, or you simply fall in love with a person coming from other country, you have to know for the beginning some essential phrases in that language. The good news is that if you spend much time with a native speaker, you can learn the language in no time. Now let us see some basic phrases in Romanian, if you are interested in communication with Romanians. Beginners at a language course usually like to learn some essential phrases of everyday use in that language. Here is the list of such Romanian phrases and their English translations.
Romanian English Da Yes Nu No Da,va rog Yes, please Nu multzumesc No, thank you Domn, Doamna Sir, Madam Iata Here is Buna Hello Buna dimineatza Good morning Buna ziua Good afternoon Buna seara Good evening Noapte buna Good night Cu placere You are welcome Ce mai faci How are you Foarte bine, multzumesc Very well, thank you Ma scuzatzi Excuse me Ma putetzi ajuta Can you help me? Nu intzeleg I do not understand Nu shtiu I do not know Putetzi sa scrietzi? Could you please write it down? Scuze Sorry Las - ma in pace Leave me alone Unde Where Cand When De ce Why Cine Who Care Which Unde este Where is Cat costa How much Eu vreau I want Ce este What is Imi place I like it Nu imi place I do not like it De acord Agreed E bine That is fine In the words "va, doamna, buna, ma, sa" the letter "a" is pronounced like in the English word "Sir". In the words "placere, ce, faci, place", "ce" and "ci" are pronounced like in "teacher" and in the words "cat" and "cand" the letter "a" sounds like in the Russian "you". You may think that Romanian is easy. Well it is not at all, because there are some specific sounds, whose pronunciation cannot be associated with their spelling.
For example, English-speaking people find it difficult to pronounce the Romanian "r". It sounds really funny uttered by them because their "r" as you well know is specific. Similarly, a French-speaking person will find it extremely difficult to tackle the Romanian "h". In fact, they will almost surely fail to pronounce it correctly. Likewise, English speakers are likely to find pronouncing the sounds corresponding to the Romanian letters or more than a handful.
However, it would not be as difficult to the Russians, who are used to these vowel sounds which are present in the Russian word for "you". However, it is not that difficult to acquire a reasonable knowledge of the basic Romanian phrases. To develop fluent and correct Romanian accent, you need contact with native Romanian speakers, who can help you avoid sounding funny. Learning the basics of a language depends not only on the student, but the teacher and the style of teaching as well. The person teaching even the rudiments of Romanian must keep in mind what method suits each individual student. Some learners might fare better if they can relate to the subject being taught.
Others learn quickly if charts or pictures are used. For some, practicing with a partner is the best way to learn; others need to participate in group activity with a community, like learning a skill. Therefore, when teaching Romanian to foreigners you must be aware of the way of teaching best suited to every single one of them.
Once you have done that, be ready for an exciting and sometimes hilarious journey into the world of a new language.
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