Romanians - - - We are awesome!!
Ce faci? - che fach - How are you
Bine - Beeneh - Good.
Buna ziua- boonuh zeewah- Good day/Hello
=) Curva - coorrvuh - B...h
(Tu) esti frumoasa - (too) yesht frroomwasuh - You are pretty/beautiful
**when you see a 'rr' that means the r must be rolled. =)
they are actually really educated people, that know how to tear up the club, & they know how to dress!
I'm not romanian, i am hungarian, but i love romania, its full of amazing buildings and alot or clubs!, oh and in most places you don't need an id to get in and get drunk =]
Often has bad connotations in Europe because of a few bad apples who love thieving, destroying public property or at the very least begging.
However, this is no more true of all Romanians than being fat and stupid is true of all Americans. Many ignorant spiteful people will have you think that Romanians are all crooks and charlatans. This is obviously false; most of them are just playing the cards they've been dealt by many many years of unjust tyrannical regimes, and are actually, despite the somewhat grim financial situation of their country, jolly, welcoming folks. They enjoy a drink (or two) and many of the world's finest wines come from Romania.
2.The Romanian language. Romanians speak a Romance language (derived from Latin), the only one still surviving in Eastern Europe today. It is very similar to Italian, though they are not mutually intelligible. Because of its isolation from other Romance speaking countries, Romanian retains many grammatical features of Latin, that have been lost to other Romance languages, such as declension and the neuter gender.
2. "Sault, ce mai faci?" means "Hello, how are you?" in Romanian.
Great music, especially big in manele (usually assosciated with gypsys, but not always) and dance. A few famous dance artists from Romania include Inna, Akcent, Edward Maya, and DJ project. They are also known for the miya hee song (original artist and track name; O Zone - Dragostea Din Tei). T.I. did a song called Live your life, which uses a slightly edited version of the chorus from Dragostea Din Tei. Part of the movie Borat was actually shot in Romania, even though it is advertised throughout the movie as being Kazakhstan. Youtube Manele if you would like to know what that style of music is like (it is not only Romanian).
Currently not doing to well economically, average salary is about $400 U.S. a month. Very mafia oriented, but mostly behind the scenes and not made public or internationally known. Currently has a horrible soccer team, but were once proud and well known, mainly because of the man George Hagi (Gheorghe Hagi).
Romania has 35% of Europes Mineral Water Springs. Great healers for anyone who is into curing illnesses naturally. If you want to get away and feel great, Romania's mineral water spa resorts are amazing.
The food, can't really describe it. You just have to try it. Sarmale is a big deal. It is basically stuffed cabbage, but way more delicious than it sounds. Romania also has amazing pastries, wines, beers, and females.
Man that was some good ol cake... probably Romanian.
As Romanians were isolated from the other Latin peoples of Western Europe, they absorbed various cultural influences from Slavs, Greeks, Turks, and other neighboring peoples (i.e. Orthodox Christianity), however they are very conscious of their Latin heritage which distinguishes them from their neighbors. This ethnic consciousness manifests itself, as one might expect, in the name "Romania," reflecting this Roman heritage.
2nd guy: "You know Dracula is loosely based on a real Romanian hero named Vlad Dracula right? He's basically a national hero for Romanians as he helped drive out the Ottoman Turks."