To look for a little one = to look for something that is small
To look for a little bit = to spend a short amount of time looking for something
Does the Hungarian version mean both of these things?
Yes, it does, and this is true for all sentences with 'egy kicsit.'
- I am eating/going to eat a little one. = "Eszem egy kicsit."
- I am eating/going to eat a little bit. = "Eszem egy kicsit."
In short, do we agree that "She's looking for a little" should be marked correct?
Can you all hear "egy" in the audio? I hear "Ő kicsit keres". Perhaps my ears are showing their age.
My Hungarian friend is always correcting me when I pronounce the difficult "gy" sound in Hungarian wrongly. This Duolingo speaker takes the easy way out!
I have the same problem. I just listened to it 10 times and do not hear "egy".