I've heard people say "Moneta" instead of "Dinero," what's the difference?
I think the difference is that moneda is currency and dinero is money?
Yes, moneda is currency, and dinero is money
Dinero is the correct word
¿Tienes monedas? This is like ¿Tienes dinero?
In some countries, yes. Dinero is the universal term.
"Moneta" is what people say for fun usaly dinero is aculy what people say. I think thats the anser. :-
I keep putting nesecito instead of necesito
Why did it tell me to use "preciso" rather than "necesito?"
Why isn't el before dinero here when in other examples we have to use the subject pronoun with the noun?
Because that would be "the money".
Duo gives me right "necesito dinero" 7-11-2018
Necesito means "I need." The "Yo" beforehand is either Formal and/or Redundant
Why do i need to put the yo before necesito, i thought the necesito on it's own meant i need
What is the rule dictating exclusion of "el" before dinero?
Why don't we use el dinero
Why is it not nessary to say "el dinero" instead of only "dinero"?
can the answer be "yo necesito los dineros"? Why or why not?
Because that is i need the money
I have never heard dinero plural. When you think about it, "I need the monies" is pretty rare, too. You can have dollars and pesos, and money or dinero.
I swapped the c and the s in "necesito" by accident. it was a little annoying because i new the answer i just didnt spell it correctly the first time.
Why couldn’t you say hacer falta instead of necesitar?
I spelled it wrong bahah
Arghhh i keep putting yo necesito un dinero
when i type it right it says its wrong.
Do you ever need to use the pronoun at the beginning? i.e., Is it ever necessary to say, "Yo necesito" or "Tú necesitas," rather than "Necesito" or "Necesitas?"
Inconsistent on when we must use articles and when we don't. Spanish makes us use "el" many times where in English we wouldn't. Why is dinero or money different?
I thought that would be translated as "yo dinero necesito"
i just put a comma. they find everything.