"Two thousand dollars"
Translation:Дві тисячі доларів
Why is this not Дві тисячі доларі?
I thought numbers that end in 2, 3, 4 were nominative plural, and all others except 1 were genitive plural.
EDIT: Never mind, didn't think this through. Of course 2000 ends in a zero.
Actually the last number determines if it's і/и or ів. And two thousand ends in thousand so it would get genitive because it's greater than 4
Well, it does work with "нуль доларів", but I guess it's a coincidence, should be just because it's "тисяча доларів", kind of ends in "thousand" as grey236 said :)
Shouldn't it be "два", instead of "дві", though? I thought "dollars" was masculine, and "hryvnias" would require the opposite, because it was feminine?