saramdeul maybe? (I'm using a computer right now, so sorry for not using hangeul)
Strangely enough, I've "discovered" that it also accepts "people" as the answer.
I have noticed that in many other languages, they do not require you to specify whether or not there are multiple. For them, context gives away what you mean. 사람 could mean people or person depending on what else is being said in the sentence.
So, when i hover over 사람, it says that it could also be man, but when I typed "child, man', it counted it as wrong, so...
I think maybe that means like, "man" as in the "human" sense, when you hover over it I mean, but it won't take it as an answer. Idk. Duolingo is odd sometimes. :P
Sometimes is hard to unterstand what the voice says because some words i dont really know. You must learn with more apps for understanding the word's
사람 can be person or people. In Korean you don't need to specify. If you are speaking formally, however, you would use the 들 particle........... So yeah.... You and Duolingo are both correct.........
I feel like this really describes the members of BTS.......... Anyone with me?
I put "child , person" but it marked it wrong. Why? 사람 Can mean both "people" and "person", no?