In the 'Write the phrase you read' exercise, One of the phrases given in english starts out with" Did you(i) order pants" I know the french say 'pantalon' where we say 'pants', but typically in english we say 'a pair of pants' to make it clear that it's singular, unless of course one is referring to 'wearing pants' or some other context that makes it obvious that it must be singular. To simply say "Did you order pants" leaves the reader with no idea whether it's one pair of pants or 10 that were to be ordered. When my first answer wasn't correct, I quickly guessed that it must be singular, but perhaps in future updates you might consider saying "a pair of pants" to express pants in the singular rather than the more vague "pants". Just my $0.02.
Open Sep 07, 2017 - 10:18 AM