들 is a plural form ending for everything. Period
Maaaybe except for the words like 여러분 (polite plural 'you') or 우리 (we/our) which are already plural in their raw form. Anyway, in every other case, 들 is the way to go
It seems "go in to" would also be acceptable.
I thought (sorry I don't have a Korean keyboard on my computer) deul was for living things
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I thought 들 was plural for living things. Why does "cars" get 들?
In Korean, there's no syllable to distinguish between "a building" and "the buiding"
"Expensive cars enter a building" was marked wrong.
"Expensive cars enter the building" was marked correct.
Does the "에" in "건물에 " makes it "the" building?
no, both are correct
so apparently "go in a building" doesn't count
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