多少 is usually used when you can safely assume the number is over 10.
If it was my boy, I certainly hope it was less than 10!
Female voice again says liào instead of le for 了.
多少 doesnt work here?
When asking about a quantity lower than 10 items, you use 几个 instead.
多少个is now accepted. I believe measure words are optional after 多少.
遊戲 uses the classifer 場 instead of 個
How do you categorise this into the word order? Subject, time, place, model auxiliary verb, verb and object
why do we use 了 here?
I missed the "le" the first time too. It is to indicate the action happened in the past. The key here is the "did" in the English question, as opposed to "are" or "will".
了 to the past sentences
If I want to use 多少, where would I place it in the sentence?
It just takes the place of 幾個, thus: 你買了多少遊戲.
Another use of 了where nothing is explained.
The games have already been purchased: the action is complete and therefore you use the completed action marker, 了, after the verb 買 ( 买 ).
I forgot about 了 - but it was marked "correct"
Can anybody explain me, why?
the action is definitely complete
了 is optional. 了 clearly marks the action as complete, but there is no grammatical requirement to fo so.
You did not provide the characters to write this so I used pinyin and my answer was correct.
LOL Google Translate's version was "have you bought a few games?" Isn't 多少 a more appropriate question word than 几个 (which, if you don't know the context would mean "several/some")
Why isn't it person + quantity/number + verb + objects , as previously taught as sentence structure?
@Kate112197 could you give an example of a sentence in that structure, or do you know the lesson in which it was taught?
Ive notices that the audio is missing for nearly all my lessons around mid checkpoint 1.5. is this the case for everyone around this point?
shouldn't 买到 be considered correct?
I only bought 1 game. Duolingo Family Plan on the year of the Black Water Tiger.