You see this cake? You like this cake here? Two dolla's
I see that you've used 이 in two different contexts, one means "This" while the other means "Two"
Gave it a like because of that exact reason
Why is it 이 and not 두? I thought native Korean numbers were for counting, as here ("two dollars").
This is very confusing to me
Is there a non-loanword for cake, and is it commonly used?
i wrote 이 케으크는 두 달라에요 and it was accepted..ive never had duo accept so many of my 'typos' at once