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have a question

i am from srilanka. iam learning romanian language without helping. now i learn it helping your website. thank you very much for it. it is clear. but i have a problem. in learning english language,there is a equation. it is clear where the subject ,verb and others ,place to them. but i cant understand it in romanian language. please explain it.

Romanian sentence structure

Welcome back Kellapatha,
I'm happy that you are committed to learning Romanian.

The Romanian sentences follow a similar structure with the English sentences: Subject + verb + complement/object.
E.g. Eu am o carte - I have a book

Romanian has a particularity that especially in informal communications, the subject can be omitted, thus you can perfectly say : "Am o carte" which is literally translated "have a book".
This is possible in Romanian because the forms of the same verb are different, and this form of the Romanian verb "am" can only be used with "Eu" as in "Eu am" - I have.
One cannot say "Tu am" because "tu" means "you" and then for you the Romanian verb has a different form "Tu ai".

To understand better the unique form of Romanian verb conjuhations you can check our lessons on Romanian verbs at:

If you have a particular example, or if I haven't fully answered your question, just let me know, I'm happy to clarify it.

Happy to help!

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