why doesn't "a hundred" be translated into "een honderd"?
"A hundred" (honderd) and "a thousand" (duizend) do not get the indefinite article "een" in Dutch. However, "a million" (een miljoen) does. I have no idea why, but that is how it is.
It must be one hundred in English.
It seems that some of these have "een" before the number, and others not? Is it due to the presence of a noun after the number, like "a million questions"?