Why do you need the "de"?
need= preciso + de
Why is I need an advocate not accepted?
or I need an attorney.
Why "I need an advocate" not right?
Report it if still occurs
Por que não "I need one lawyer?"
It could be accepted, but it is strange in the general sense:
The computer voice says adevogado. Is this the correct pronounciation?
I think the pronounciation is closer to what you may hear from natives... Though "d" is not followed by any vowel, we still pronounce it (but, of course, not like "de").
Meanwhile I've heard it in other words as well. Like paintball - 'peintebol'. I think it happens because the d/t is followed by a voicing consonant (like b/v)?
Maybe.... or because we are not used to the syllable structure "consonant + vowel". =)
Interesting, I didn't even notice that.
Precisamos de Saul Goodman.
Is the pronunciation, whereby the first d is pronounced "dge" the same in EP?
Good to see that "solicitor" is accepted.
De and um: dum? Why not?
Also right, but not common.