Is there a way to tell if she's putting an 'r' at the end of the word, other than the context? I put Kleide because the last sound, as far as I can tell, was a simple schwa.
I may be wrong, but it's either "Kleid" or "Kleider". There is no "Kleide".
It is a confusing characteristic of German. "Manche Kinder spielen nicht" >> Some children don't play. "Mancher Zuschauer wurde sehr erschreckt vom plötzlichen Knall." Many onlookers got frightened by the sudden report." (somebody shooting a musket in a play). >> Manche plural = few/some, Manch singular is many.
Weil, "many" bedeutet "viele". Der Satz hieße dann "Many dresses are white" = Viele Kleider sind weiß. Und - "many oder much" werden normalerweise nur in Fragen oder negativen Sätzen verwendet.
Because, many means more than some or a few. The same in German viele is more than manche. Viele Hunde = 50-100 dogs, whereas Manche Hunde = 2-3 dogs.
"Many" was acceptable on my iPad, but it's now not acceptable on my computer? (Don't ask why I'm doing it on my PC now)
Duolingo sometimes updates the answers, but I would look above at Siebolt's answer. Was it a different question?
would it be acceptable to say "some CLOTHES are white"? Because when I hover over the word "Kleider" with the cursor, it says it could mean both "dresses" and "clothes".
How on my smartphone can I make the fancy double s symbol used on white and sweet? And does that have a name?
Hey, I get mixed up between Kleid and Kleider and Kleidung! can someone help? [: