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I will spend my summer in Romania, to do this, I'd like to know to master the language so as not to be isolated from the world. Thank you to notas
Most people here speak some English, and plenty speak good English. So I doubt that you will be isolated, but still if you want to learn it, I don't see why not. At first I thought you only spoke French, which would have been a problem in Romania.
doriți să vorbiți româna ?
cu ce doriți să începem.
Let's start with what you want.
nu vorbesc engleza, dar ne putem înțelege prin scris.
I not speak English, but we can understand through writing
Great! After you'll spend the summer in Romania certainly you'll be able to master better the language. In fact French and Romanian are some similar from some points of view.
It will be a great to help you to learn Romanian to the level that you wish. For that write me in English or Romanian and I'll translate or correct the text for you.
Bonjour! J'aimerais vous aider apprendre le roumain. Je veux aussi parler avec un parleur natif de fancais pour rendre mon francais meilleur. Visiter mon profile pour plus d'informations .
hy i can learn you romanian , i want to learn to speek greek.i can learn you romanian i speek englesh.
Hello, I speak Romanian. I can help you!
"Most people here speak some English, and plenty speak good English" Yes, this is very true, and can be a hinderance to people serious about learning Romanian. My level of Romanian is now quite advanced, but despite this often when I start a conversation in Romanian the other person ignores my efforts and replies in English. This is very frustrating. Unfortunately English native speakers have the reputation here of not bothering to learn other languages and not so many learn Romanian beyond the basics. Also, quite naturally, Romanians want to practice their English. So if a Romanian meets a native English speaker he/she will automatically speak in English regardless whether you speak Romanian or not and how good it is. My advice to anyone wanting to seriously learn Romanian in Romania would be to make it clear that you need to practice it in order to learn it and not let the conversation revert back into English. You need to be a bit stubborn.