"There are eight desks."
Thank you! I just went through the entire list and still got stuck on 8: ひとつ、ふたつ、みっつ、よっつ、いつつ、むっつ、ななつ、err...、ここのつ、err... Ok, forgot 10, too. But thanks for reminding of 8 :D (Is it just 十 - とお?)
Correct answer does not take into account variable word order that japanese grammar allows. I think
あります is used for inanimate objects. いますis for animate objects. Example, つくえがあります。 vs 犬がいます。
Arimasu is used for material tings while imasu is used for living things
its a particle/suffix functioning as a subject marker, aka. something specifically, so in this case you put it after "THE chair".
You should put it after the desk, table e.t.c.
The font in the free text reply panel is really weird. The 八 comes out bent on the right stroke.
WHY DOES THIS ONE USE が, while the "yard example" (にわはあそこです) USE は!! ? :P
Because this one is using あります. There are some exceptions, but for the most part, you always use が with あります.
Isn't is "yattsu no tsukue ga arimasu" ? I think there should be a particle between "yattsu" and "tsukue" to sound proper. I think this is okay, but is more slang-y.