which is more common in english: three millions or three million?
We would only ever use 'three million'. Unless you are saying something more general like 'He has millions'. But if you are using a number in front of it, then it's always 'million'.
Millions of thanks!
I'd say that 'millions' can be used if you're counting sets of one million. As in, 'three millions' could refer to 'three sets on one million'. As stated before, it is more common without a number in front of it, as in 'he has millions.'
I think this is a good way to think about it when speaking German. :)
The weird thing is previously it said that MILLIONEN was billion! I thought it was weird, did anyone else see that?
There must be difference, but I did not notice that.
I found it, BILLION is MILLARDEN, MILLION is MILLIONEN - similar type of words, no wonder I was pretty confused.
Thanks : )
Well, shouldn't this sentence have introduced with 'D' ? It's the beginning of the sentence.
Probably their intention was that it is just a phrase not a sentence.