ok thats cool I misspelled forty as fourty but give me the benefit of the doubt that I meant to type forty. I'm here for Korean lessons, not English lessons.
I have seven friends. None of them knows i exist. Which is pretty sad..yeah.
If your 7 friends don't show you that you exist and don't make you feel, you are important to them caring of you. It means they are no true friends. If you want to have a true friend which is here for you and prove it then tame me and adopt me as friend. Have you ever read "the little prince" by Saint Exupery ? If you have the patience to read it till the end, you will be pleased with it and you will understand how a true friend should be. I can help you to learn German because it's the first foreign language I learn I have the lever C1 French is my mother tongue. I wish you will read my message and my be answer me
Again, this is not testing my ability to recognize numbers. The only 'numerical' choice given was "forty". Can't Duolingo throw in a couple of other numbers as choices so maybe I have to think a little?
Dear Alexi 명 represent that we are talking or counting humans. Because they use different words for different counters for example : 세 병 = three bottles 세 명 = three people 세 종 = three pages/papers. Etc etc etc
Is the counter (word) for people. It always comes after the number of people you are talking about ~
It's the word to use when speaking about a number of people. I might be wrong but from what I understand you always need such a word when describing a specific number of things. Just like in English when you say "two pieces of cake" or "four sheets of paper". I hope that clears things up a bit and if anyone who is actually competent in Korean feels the need to add something to that, by all means, go ahead!