Translation:Bread is delicious.
This lessons don't help me understand if there is a difference between plural and singular in korean
There is a plural marker in Korean, -들, mostly used with living things.
It's also doesn't seem to be as "essential" as it is in English. Whereas saying "dog" in English implies a single dog (since it's a count noun without a plural marker like -s), 개 can mean either one or many dogs, and you would only worry about the plural marker if you want to emphasize that you're talking about several dogs.
Korean does have a plural marker, -들, primarily used with living things.
However, Korean doesnt seem to "require" plurals as much as English does. While saying "dog" in English means one dog
There are no real plural and singular in korean. They use the plural marker 들 or counters
은/는 is a topic particle used to mark the topic of a sentence. It can also be used to mark the subject or show contrast. 은 Is used when the last syllables of the noun or pronoun has a final consonant eg 캉은... And 는 is used when there is no final consonant eg 안아토리아는..
은 is a topic marker, which you add after the noun. It is only used when the last syllable is a consonant.
E.g. 사람은 , 빵을 etc.
Can someone explain the negetive and positive. Like the difference between the two. Im confused
i feel that duolingo needs to explain these things more, explain the differenf meanings instead of just showing and explaing the conjuctions and etc that you can find on the end of words.