That's so cool, I love it I wonder how you say it, but let's not get into phonetic writing
So how would I answer, simply with the same words "ayos ba". Romanians would ask: Bine? And you could answer: Bine. Or say yes ("da") or no ("nu"). We've started using quite a few English words as well, so you could say "ok" instead of "bine" or "da".
In Romanian you say "folosesti cs3?". "Folosesi" means "you use" or "do you use" depending on whether it's a question or not. The verb contains the subject too. ex. i use - folosesc you use - folosesti she/he uses - foloseste and so on. But you can add the person too (eu - I, tu - you, ea - she, el - he). You can say "eu folosesc" or simply "folosesc". It's the same, it doesn't matter which form you use. They're both correct. Bine?
Folosesti means you use, and nothing happens if you put tu in front of it. It means the same: you use. In French it's: tu utilises. You can't say it without tu, but in Romanian you can, everyone understands and it's correct that way to. So in Romanian it doesn't matter if you say folosesti or tu folosesti, it's all the same. You'll get the hang of it, you'll see. If not, you can always move here and learn the language
Folosesti means you use and folosesc I use, but C is not a pronoun. It's part of the verb.. how to explain this.. In Romanian we conjugate verbs. We have 4 groups of regular verbs. The verbs from the first group end with a, the second group with ea, third e and the fourth i or î. Each group has it's own terminations for every pronoun. The verb folosi (this is the infinitive form) is in the 4th group, because it ends in i. The terminations for the 4th group are: eu (I): it doesn't have one, it changes tu (you): esti el/ea (he/she): este noi (we): im voi (you): iti ei/ele (them): esc
So you conjugate the verb folosi like this: eu folosesc tu folosesti el/ea foloseste noi folosim voi folositi ei/ele folosesc
I don't think you need this much grammar It's easier to learn the language by ear. You should move here
Ne mai vedem (see you) Ai grija de tine (take care of yourself. If you say only ai grija it means be careful or watch out) To say bye you can use pa or even pa-pa. We also use the Italian ciao. Paalam!