There's a massive problem with the use of articles given that there is no context provided. The answers have to be flexible. This question is a classic example of problematic items on the Korean tree.
There was no time spent on this course. Somebody just backward translated the Korean course or something. Its like a single english speaker was never even consulted for the answers.
Yeah, Ive tried multiple courses with Duo. This is absolutely the worst one.
No. The english course for indonesian speaker is the worst. This is definitely better ㅋㅋㅋ
Can we say "Oranges are mostly small"?
And all in all, don't say the Korean course on Duolingo is the worst:) It's great, and although there can be mistakes, please remember, it's done by enthusiasts and it is available for free. It's definitely the best free course I've seen, so thanks a lot for the guys, who created the course, you made my dream to study korean come true ^__^
The oranges are almost small. The oranges are approximate small.
both all are correct?
They are not correct. Neither almost nor approximate have the same meaning as 'most'