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Cei din dulap (pantofii) sunt ai tăi. The ones in the wardrobe (the shoes) are yours. 5 Before relative clauses: Cea care a intrat e Raluca. The one who came in is Raluca. 6 Used in conjunction with the interrogative pronoun care: Care cameră e pentru oaspeţi? Cea din spate. Which room is for guests? The one at the back. 4 Possessive article The possessive article is used to form possessive pronouns and ordinal numbers as well as to accompany nouns acting as possessors. /N. al Singular F. M. /N.
F. sing. o casă N/A, f. pl. niște case G/D, f. sing. unei case G/D, f. pl. unor case N/A, n. sing. un tramvai N/A, n. pl. niște tramvaie G/D, n. sing. unui tramvai G/D, n. pl. unor tramvaie M. niște niște unor unor Plural F. niște niște unor unor N. 1 Uses of the indefinite article The indefinite article, which corresponds to the English forms ‘a’, ‘an’ and ‘some’, is used to designate non-specific nouns, with which it agrees in gender, number and case. It is always placed in front of the noun, just as in English.
Sing. N un frumos băiat F. sing. o frumoasă fată M. pl. /N. pl.