Once you have learnt to count from one to ten, it is easy to learn to tell the time in Romanian.
In Romanian, we say It is hour one, it is hour two and so on.
|What time is it?||Cât e ceasul?|
|It is 1 o'clock||Este ora unu|
|It is 2 o'clock||Este ora două|
|It is 3 o'clock||Este ora trei|
|It is 4 o'clock||Este ora patru|
|It is 5 o'clock||Este ora cinci|
|It is 6 o'clock||Este ora şase|
|It is 7 o'clock||Este ora şapte|
|It is 8 o'clock||Este ora opt|
|It is 9 o'clock||Este ora nouă|
|It is 10 o'clock||Este ora zece|
|It is 11 o'clock||Este ora unsprezece|
|It is 12 o'clock||Este ora doisprezece|
If you are counting in Romanian, the word for two is doi.
When telling the time the word for two is Două. This is because the word for two agrees with the word for hour which is feminine.
The basic grammar explains adjectival agreements in more detail.