This is a verb, not an adjective. It's being conjugated differently because it's being used for third person. Él/ella necesita y yo necesito. "I [first person] need" is "yo necesito".
The subject-verb agreement for Él/Ella/Usted for (most) -ar verbs is to remove the ar suffix and replace it with an A. It's like how in English it's "I eat" even if I is singular and should supposedly be "eats", because that's the subject-verb agreement for I. I don't know if that made sense or not .-.
Because when a word is ended in a, it's feminine, so its used for women. If a word ends in o, its masculine, so its used for men. By the way, this answer is for mnfauch's question.
It didn’t accept it for me but it’s obviously right. I just remembered to write what they wanted next time
Whats the difference betwee doesn't and does not? They are the same thing. Why is it wrong?
It can't be that "doesn't" is not correct, because the correct answer is "does not"?!?! Please update the correct answer.
I Have A Question, It Does Not Have To Do With This, But Does With La ( The, But Meaning Female ) And El ( The, But Meaning Male ), So Heres The Question: ❤❤❤ Do I Tell If Something Like Money ( El ) Is A Female Or A Male,
Ay yi yi DUOLINGO IS A DIGITAL PROGRAM...MAY NOT HAVE EVERY POSSIBLE RIGHT ANSWER