This was presented to me when doing part two of the "questions" category...dunno why it's there. Probably a bug. I'm on the web version.
No, the dual number (if you mean that) was used in ancient Greek, but it doesn't exist in modern Greek. "Παντελόνι" is a noun in singular number. :-)
"Pocket" in bulgarian is pronounced as "job". I clearly see the connection between the greek and bulgarian word. I just don't know if it was introduced in the language from Greek or Turkish. Does anyone know?
I had this sentence in the questions lesson. How can you tell if this sentence is a question? Do you hear the "question" in your tone of voice while saying it?
I was wondering, wouldn't "the pants does not have pockers" or "the pants has no pockets" be correct translations as well?