sorry if this has been asked a lot before, but i was wondering about this:
noun + が/を + number + counter
can you ALWAYS switch が and を when saying what number there is of something? for example:
can を work there just fine too? i thought the answer was no, but if so i don't understand why they're saying they're interchangeable.
(Note to mods - there's no "grammar help" or "particle help" tag, so i thought "sentence help" was closest)