"Do you need milk?"
From what i understand it isn't but it wants yoiu to know that you don't always havr to use tú becausr of verb conjugation.
So....thought you'd just throw in a different verb in the test out eh Duo?
Yes, that's curious. I thought maybe he used the space bar but that doesn't activate the post button. So it's actually pretty impressive! ;-)
Again, the program told me I used the wrong word, and said, "Requieres leche? We have not used that verb yet, but have only been using necesitar.
if you say "tú nesictas leche" compared to "nesictas leche" is the latter considered less formal?
To help my understanding more, would other more formal ways of asking this be "Tu necesitas usted leche" or "usted necesitas leche"?
I remeber formal by thinking of some stuck up king getting asked "and his majesty, does he need anything?" You refer to the other person as he/she (nececita) instead of you.
Formal is usted if you were ralking to an elder or stranger. Tú is for eveyone else and is less formal.
Tú necesitas = you need (informal)
Usted necessita = you need (formal)
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