A: No. Some also speak French, German, Spanish and Hungarian. The youth speak good English and in big cities you will have no trouble getting around or asking for directions. In rural areas from Transylvania, Hungarian and some German might help. Approach middle-aged and elderly Romanians in French and maybe Russian, they will happily remember the good old days. Regardless of preferred language, just remember Romanians have no language barrier, we love to talk with our hands, we are warm people, we hug and kiss twice on the cheek.