"Yo necesito un hotel."
Translation:I need a hotel.
Did you report it? Spanish is a pro-drop language which means that they often don’t put the subject.
Whatever you like to interpret the sentence as. Mostly just looking for a hotel in which you can book a room.
Did you perhaps have the listen to Spanish exercise for which you were supposed to type it in Spanish? Also the multiple choice can have more than one answer and you must choose all correct answers. If you choose one, but there was more than one correct, then you will be marked wrong. Otherwise, please report it and take a screenshot to prove it to Duolingo, since they may have trouble understanding how this happened when that is the correct answer listed above.
It said my answer was wrong even though it was the same as the one it said to be right
When you "want" something instead of "needing" it.
- querer - to want
- necesitar - to need
Did you maybe write in English when they may have wanted you to Listen to Spanish and write what you hear, in Spanish? Another common one, is the multiple choice which can have more than one correct answer and all correct answers must be chosen. Otherwise, what exactly did you put?