In the previous example, it said "harmincskét", but here it is "negyvenkettő". Is there a reason for ...két or ...kettő?
There are two forms of the number two: 'két' and 'kettő.' For all numbers where the last digit is two, the following rules apply:
- Use 'két' when there's a noun in the sentence, to indicate its quantity.
- Use 'kettő' when talking about the number two.
It's acceptable to use 'kettő' instead of 'két,' but not the other way around.
I wrote 42 in numbers, and the app counted it like a mistake. However in a previous exercice, numbers were ok. This is inconsistent.
In the English, always type numerals (1, 2, etc) instead of trying to write out the English numbers in full. It is simpler and faster to type the numerals and you avoid all the possible variations/mistakes such as fortytwo, forty-two, forty two, fourty-two, etc.