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If it is asking what size do YOU need... How is it necesita and not necesitas (you need)
Yeah, I'd like to know too! You could use necesita with usted, but there's no usted here?
For this, it would be "usted", due to the "sir."
Remember, the subject pronoun is usually not necessary.
"cuál"' is not followed by a noun. "Cual" can be followed onely by a verb, or the preposition "de".
I guess because it's "What size" and not "Which size". I don't know 100%
Reply to your question: because you used the wrong verb.
Issue number two:
except ≠ accept
Instead of "...except," I would say "...accept."
The Spanish grammar rules say that subject pronouns can be omitted from a Spanish sentence. In fact, it is more common to omit subject pronouns than it is to include them.
Seeing it pronounced like as /taja/ kinda hurts. Not sure if it's just different dialects but in Colombia and Argentina I always said /taʒa/
Attention: readers of the post by SteveCarre3
Interested readers who want to hear what the IPA symbols sound like can click on this link to the Interactive IPA Chart. After you arrive on the web page, you will need to find the ʝ symbol and the ʒ symbol. Your goal is to listen to the sound of these symbols by clicking on these symbols.
Another goal is to become acquainted with the regional difference in pronunciation of the Spanish word, talla.