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I have noticed that the Korean language doesn't seem to have plural forms. I am not fluent in Korean, but I can hear it when they say English loanwords. So for instance, if they talk about S-Line, then they would say S-Line even though they are actually talking about many S-Lines. So mustn't this be a major downside about the language? I'm sure Korean has many upsides, but mustn't it be kinda complicated and take longer time sometimes when you wanna talk about plural things and you must explain it in a different way, because you don't have plural forms in your language?

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I have noticed that the Korean language doesn't seem to have plural forms. I am not fluent in Korean, but I can hear it when they say English loanwords. So for instance, if they talk about S-Line, then they would say S-Line even though they are actually talking about many S-Lines. So mustn't this be a major downside about the language? I'm sure Korean has many upsides, but mustn't it be kinda complicated and take longer time sometimes when you wanna talk about plural things and you must explain it in a different way, because you don't have plural forms in your language?
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