Countries & Languages in Romanian

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When introducing yourself in Romanian, you might want to talk about where you’re from and which languages you speak. Romanian names of countries and languages are quite similar and sometimes even identical to English, so you shouldn’t have too much trouble with this lesson.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Romanian“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Countries & Languages

America

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
America
America
American language
limba americană
in American (English)
in America
from America
din America
American (Person from America) [Sg]
american
Americans [Pl]
americani
American (Adjective relating to America, e.g. American food)
american (m), americană (f)

Austria

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
Austria
Austria
Austrian language
limba germană austrică
in Austrian
în Austria
from Austria
din Austria
Austrian (Person from Austria) [Sg]
austriac
Austrians [Pl]
austrieci
Austrian (Adjective relating to Austria, e.g. Austrian food)
austriac (m), austriacă (f)

England

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
England
Anglia
English language
limba britanică
in English
în Anglia
from England
din Anglia
English (Person from England) / Englishman [Sg]
britanic
English / Englishmen [Pl]
britanici
English (Adjective relating to England, e.g. English food)
britanic (m), britanică (f)

France

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
France
Franța
French language
limba franceză
in French
în Franța
from France
din Franța
French (Person from France) / Frenchman [Sg]
francez
French / Frenchmen [Pl]
francezi
French (Adjective relating to France, e.g. French food)
francez (m), franțuzoaică (f)

Germany

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
Germany
Germania
German language
limba germană
in German
în Germania
from Germany
din Germania
German (Person from Germany) [Sg]
german
Germans [Pl]
germani
German (Adjective relating to Germany, e.g. German food)
german (m), germancă (f)

Italy

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
Italy
Italia
Italian language
limba italiană
in Italian
în Italia
from Italy
din Italia
Italian (Person from Italy) [Sg]
italian
Italians [Pl]
italieni
Italian (Adjective relating to Italy, e.g. Italian food)
italian (m), italiancă (f)

Poland

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
Poland
Polonia
Polish language
limba poloneză
in Polish
în poloneză
from Poland
din Polonia
Polish (Person from Poland) [Sg]
polonez
Polish [Pl]
polonezi
Polish (Adjective relating to Poland, e.g. Polish food)
polonez (m), poloneză (f)

Russia

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
Russia
Rusia
Russian language
limba rusă
in Russian
în Rusia
from Russia
din Rusia
Russian (Person from Russia) [Sg]
rus
Russians [Pl]
ruși
Russian (Adjective relating to Russia, e.g. Russian food)
rus (m), rusoaică (f)

Spain

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
Spain
Spania
Spanish language
limba spaniolă
in Spanish
în Spania
from Spain
din Spania
Spanish (Person from Spain) / Spaniard [Sg]
spaniol
Spanish / Spaniards [Pl]
spanioli
Spanish (Adjective relating to Spain, e.g. Spanish food)
spaniol (m), spanioloaică (f)

Switzerland

EnglishRomanianPronunciation
(Audio)
Switzerland
Elveția
Swiss language
limba elvețiană
in Swiss
în Elveția
from Switzerland
din Elveția
Swiss (Person from Switzerland) [Sg]
elvețian
Swiss [Pl]
elvețieni
Swiss (Adjective relating to Switzerland, e.g. Swiss food)
elvețian (m), elvețiancă (f)

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