Literally: I will go to buy one ladle.
Shouldn't that be accepted then? It was marked wrong for me.
Yeah, for me too!
Um i think its fixed i said that and it accepted
Shouldn't it be:
"I am going to (/will) go and (/to) buy one ladle"
or less formally,
"I am going to (/will) go buy one ladle" ?
Why doesn't 하나 have a counter? And why the 러 in 사러?
[Verb stem]러 가다 (or 오다) =
going to (or coming from) a place in order to do something
Briefly, there are 4 different counting structures in Korean.
This form of counting "Noun - Number" can only be used with things that can be counted.
Also, the numbers in this case stay unchanged and are considered as nouns.
"I will go purchase one ladle" should be accepted, yes?
I just replaced this exercise with a new one with an explicit subject. "I will go (to) buy/purchase one ladle." will be accepted.