Because sometimes nine fried chickens just isn't enough...
Does this mean literally ten chickens, or ten portions of fried chicken? Or either?
the most possible in this case is ten pieces i guess, but of course that also depends on the context
Feels like I'm about to do math
The guy in math problems be like
Now I realise. Pesan sounds like pedir in Portuguese. Eu peço = I order :)
Yea some words in indonesian look like portuguese! Another one is "sepatu" (shoe) in portuguese "sapato"
I was wrong for saying ordered, instead of order. How can i tell context so i dont keep making silly errors like this? Both would seem to be acceptable answers.
The audio sounds like 'sepulu hayam', does the h-sound carry over onto the next word if the next word begins with a vowel, or is this just the computer-generated audio being weird?
It's the computer-generated audio mistake. The -h sound should not carry over onto the next word.
Mereka memesan sepuluh ayam goreng.
Why does sepuluh go first? Since adjectives and determiners go after nouns, I would have assumed counters did the same.