Romanian verb conjugation

Romanian is spoken by 26 million native speakers in Romania and Moldavia. It's a romance language, proceeding from the Latin language.

Conjugate a Romanian Verb

Fill in the infinitive. Don't use any capital letters! Romanian flag

Some of the Romanian characters don't exist in the English alphabet. If you can't input them here - try the following:

To Get Enter Sample Verbs
ă a( za(cea equals zăcea
â a> ca>nta equals cânta
ş S Sti equals şti
ţ T Tine equals ţine

Notes on the verbs

Romanian verbs are divided into four conjugation groups according to the ending of the infinitive: 1. -a (e.g., cânta 'sing'), 2. -e (include), 3. -ea (e.g., avea 'have') and 4. -ire (e.g., citi 'understand'). (Cf. Italian)

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