들 makes it plural, for example 여자들 is women (more than one) and 여자 is woman (one).
It's not. ㅡ Is closer to oo in book, and last consonants (batchim) aren't actually fully pronounced, they aren't aspirated. These two letters give the illusion that it's saying "day" instead of "deul"
What is the romanization for this, so when saying it how would you pronounce it if you couldn't listen to it. Like on flashcards. Example: For 'Where is the bathroom' would be 'hwa-jang-sil-eun-eo-di-ye-yo" Please help, I'm trying to make flashcards but I don't want to spell it wrong or potentially pronounce it incorrectly.
If I remember correctly, 어자아이 (literally woman child) was girl, so I suppose 어자아이들 would be girls. Don't quote me though, everything about Korean I've learned is from Duolingo comments
Because it's women, not woman. The third group indicates that it's plural.
It has a plural marker the end of the word-that's why. Somebody said earlier tonight "anything with three letters is a plural". While I don't know how Universal that rule is, it seems to work for Duolingo.
Because "girl" is 여자아이. Girl refers to someone young, like a child or a young teenager. "Woman" is for adults. That's a pretty significant difference
For that, you'd have to add "아이" to the end of it, meaning child. 여자 And 아이 combined means girl, and then 들 (plural marker) for girls. 여자아이들. Also add "이, 은," and "을" to use it in a sentence. 여자아이들이, 여자아이들은, 여자아이들을