"I need money."
Translation:Yo necesito dinero.
I've heard people say "Moneta" instead of "Dinero," what's the difference?
Necesito means "I need." The "Yo" beforehand is either Formal and/or Redundant
I thought it didn't change if it was (in)formal or not whether you put it in or not?
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.
Don't we normally say "necesito a ..." ? The "a" doesn't have its place after "necesito"?