"if you put dumplings in the ramen it will be delicious," marked as wrong. An explanation would be appreciated.
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It is accepted now. Nov. 27, 2019.
This is the first time, and I think only time Duolingo has described the meaning of 을 것입니다 as "would." It's about time.
넣다 put in
How do you express the subjunctive tense?
"If you had added dumplings in the ramen, it would have been delicious." ?
"라면에 만두를 넣었다면 맛있었을 것입니다." ?
DEGENERATE ENGLISH. Should be either:
If you add the dumplings to the ramen it WILL taste delicious. or
If you ADDED the dumplings to the ramen it would taste delicious.
Where does the 'if' come from?
넣으면 the 으면 here means if.