the pronounce of "euros" has a mistake.
The ticket costs 100 euros is also right?
I think Duo does not accept numbers this way
Yes it accepts 100 now, Out/2015. Earlier in the course it did not accept figures.
Usually it does I find
They say that " The ticket cost a hundred euro" is incorrect. . But this is correct English!
The ticket costs = (present tense -3rd p singular)
I tried to write "The ticket is one hundred euros". Is this incorrect?
How much is the ticket?
It's a hundred euros.
When you just say only "hundred" it is understandable that means also one hundred, right?
Surely ‘the ticket is one hundred Euros’ is correct? You don’t need the ‘costs’ in English. You just say the ticket IS 100€!
officially, in any language, the plural for euro is euro without S
There's official, and then there is (a kind of) official.
Didn't know that, I always say "euros".
You're right, the correct is "euros".
The plural of "euro" in english is "euro" according to the European Central Bank
Why its not okey to say, worth instead of cost?
euros in portuguese is like "êuros" like in "error"