I wrote "mange mere", and it's wrong. Could someone explain why "meget mere" and "mange flere" are both correct possibilities, but "mange mere" isn't? (I'm not moaning, I just genuinely don't understand. )
Lol. A sad truth that many Americans are uneducated and think Europe is a single country. That said, please do not lump us into a single homogenous group of people. There is as much cultural, political, and moral diversity here as there is in any other country.
On the same level with France, Denmark etc. it would be UK, yes. But England is a country within the UK. Confusing maybe. (Because on the other hand the UK is not a federation. Therefore the difference between state and country, I guess.)
I think it's like this:
'Mange' is for something countable, 'mere' is for something uncountable, so that is the wrong kind of more to go with 'mange'. Hence, it is either 'mange flere' if it's about something countable, or 'meget mere' if it's about something uncountable.
I was going to write meget, but the hints said mange so I changed it. Then it was wrong! This course really needs some tips. The difference in quality between this and say the French or German courses is enormous. The gap has become too big.