The word for "many" sounds like it starts with a [k] but isn't the symbol for [p]? Thanks for any help
I said there are not so many apples and it marked it wrong. Should I report It?
Saying "there are not so many apples" kind of sounds like there was an expected amount to begin with and you're coming to the realization that there aren't that many.
Saying "there are not many apples" is just a general statement of the fact that there aren't many in front of you.
Just my opinion.
I don't really get 별로. Naver defines it as "particularly" or "especially". So a strict translation of this sentence is "The apple(s) is (are) particularly absent."?
I think it's always used in a negative sentence. So instead of singling out 별로, I'd translate 별로 ... 없다 as "not many," and 별로 ... 안 하다 as "not very."