Levike wrote:The Transylvanian one sounds better, people say that we make vowels longer.
Levike wrote:Literele î şi â reprezintă acelaşi sunet.
The letters î and â represent the exact same sound.
Levike wrote:If I were to compare Romania's regions with the United states then:
Transylvania - California
Moldova - Texas
Vallachia - Insert any poor state that anyone more or less hates
languagepotato wrote:1.What is the difference between dragostea and iubire?
When should you use sau and when ori?
When should you use iar (instead of și)?
In this song Lidia Bublé pronounces the d in te ador as the english th as in "this".
Is this a foreign accent, a dialectical thing or standard pronunciation?
Levike wrote:If you stick with /e̯a/ and /o̯a/ you're going to be absolutely fine.
Just go with this here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:IPA_for_Romanian
PS: One word where you always say /ja/ is the personal pronoun "ea" (she), but that's because of etymological reasons.
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