"Ellas tienen dinero."
Translation:They have money.
The audio on this is terrible "dinero" sounds like "ninero". Without context i could not decipher it....
No. The audio is good here. The d is not 'overpronounced' but it is pronounced.
yeah, the D in dinero is a little flattened, sort of mixed with the last N from tieneN. I wonder what it sounds like in slow speed.
I have so much trouble remembering the different versions of this. For example: Read is lees, leer, can anyone help me?
I was marked incorrect for saying "the girls" instead of "they". I feel that there is an inconsistency in how students are expected to translate gender specific pronouns in general on this site.