This is kind of an awkward sentence in English.
Im not even sure what the situation is supposed to be. Bribery accusation?
Never asked your family for some money?
an abusive domestic relationship
More like a comment from a 1950's housewife in a bad sitcom.
It's a general statement.
Person 1: "Can you ask him for money?"
Person 2: "He does not (usually) give me money."
Thank you ! The context you gave actually makes sense.
I ain't saying she a gold digger...
But she ain't messin with no broke 那个
ineffective sugar daddy
我 (wǒ) = I
钱 (qián) = coin/money
找 (zhǎo) = to look for
"He is not giving me money" is correct, and more idiomatic English. Please correct
Depends on the context! Those are two entirely different sentences that would be said in different contexts. I have no idea of the context for this
"The money" together with article "the" shouldn't be considered as a mistake.
Why doesn't "he did not give me money" work?
I think you should have 了 (le) at the end to show the action is completed for that case.
I don't know why the 了 sentence is upvoted here and the 没有 one is downvoted, but when the sentence is negative you use 没有 in place of 了.
他没有给我钱 means he didn't give me money.
Is anything wrong with “he doesn't give me any money”, or is Duolingo just being randomly narrow again?
Is there any way to know from the audio that it should be 他 not 她?
Nope, both should be accepted for audio
He does not give me "the" money. Why is not correct?
"He will not give me money" also works?
Doesn't "won't" work too?
No one says "He does not give me money!"
Wonder where you might use that hahaha
He will not give me money?
The real question should be :
Can it also be "he does not bring me money" ?
I interpreted the sentence as, "he didn't give me the money. " Likely situation would be after being asked if you got the money freon the person.
if you're writing in the answer instead of using the word bank, you can't tell from this one audio sentence if "ta" is referring to 他 or 她.
Should'nt it be" He did not gave me money"
'He does not give me the money' was not accepted. Is there a (better) way to say that in Mandarin?
can i say that he does not give me my money because 我钱 mean my money
"MY money" would be 我的钱. Just 我钱 means "me (or I) money" such as in "he doesn't give me money. Hope that makes sense.