Not me, I'm forever broke
Same here 哭哭哭
why is 谁有一万元? incorrect?
The better question is: why did my 谁有一万块 show as false? haha
Are you sure you didn't accidentally type 快（fast)?
That was accepted for me.
Good question, who knows the answer?
Why is no 吗 (ma) needed here?
Because only one question word per sentence is needed.
谁 (who) and 吗 (yes/no?) are both question words, so using both would be like saying, "Is there who has ten thousand yuan?"
Source: ever-helpful Chinese boyfriend
I think 吗 is for yes or no questions
谁有一万块钱？should be accepted
I'm not sure why you have so many downvotes, but this is perfectly valid. 块 (literally, piece) is basically short for 块钱 (piece of money). Both are in common use.
Can I put 了 at the end of the sentence?
Haha, for some reason I thought I could. But no, it's not accepted.
Is there a marker or something for rhetorical questions?
Mention even one language in which there is.
不客氣 對不起 沒關係 還可以
Can't say this?
is this incorrect?
why does is say "yuan" but want me to type 块？Yes I know 块 is slang for 元 but if they write "yuan" I think they want 元 not 块。amirite?
「誰有醫院元」how is this not correct, I can't believe this
What does that even mean? Google Translate translated it as "Who has the hospital dollar" but I have a feeling that's not what it means. haha!