So.. "yo" can be pronounced with a "y" or a "j" ? I have been noticing that for awhile.
Not in Spain. In Spain, it is always "yo". In Latin America, you do hear it, most commonly in Argentina. Hope this helps
Just like in english there is no singular of clothes, so in spanish it is always in singular form but referring to more than.
Actually in Spanish you would never say "ropas" as this doesn't exist. So it would always be "ropa", which means "clothes"
Verbs don't have grammatical gender. This is the conjugation of necesitar:
- yo necesito
- tú necesitas, vos necesitás [regional]
- él/ella/usted necesita
- nosotros/nosotras necesitamos
- vosotros/vosotras necesitamos [Spain]
- ellos/ellas/ustedes necesitan
Ropa is uncountable, so you can't say una ropa, dos ropas (which would sound like one clothing or something like that).