could this not also be, "count the money."?
that would be "zählen"
What distinguishes "zahlen" from "bezahlen"? Duolingo seems to imply they are interchangeable--are they?
I feel like "bezahlen" is to pay for something, and "zahlen" is just to pay, just like "beantworten" is to answer to something and "antworten" is simply just answer.
Outside of fixed expressions they are interchangeable except in one specific situation: you cannot use zahlen with a person (direct) object.
I would think of them as interchangeable.
There are some phrases where I personally would prefer one slightly over the other, but in none of these cases I am even sure whether it's just me...
I do not understand the meaning of this sentence because for me is weird, if i pay this implies that i have the money, so why i have to pay the money if i have the money? Someone can help me (i am not a native english speaker)
I'm also confused. Maybe I'm are in a bank with a virtual friend and tell him that this time he will pay for the rublas we are going to use in our trans-siberian trip?
Oder ich werde deine bein brechen
Does anyone else hear "Nein, bu wirst..."?
Sure sounded like she said fallen to me, and it made sense too. Terrible fuzzy voice soemtimes
Duolingo: "hahahahaha! You forgot about the umlaut! Now you have to do this again!"
Me: "I really hate you."
Sounded like "willst" to me.
Sounded like willst to me too, especially on the slow speech.
But you promised this would be free forever :(
Thanks! This is always confusing me