What? I wrote "El necesito" and it told me that I was wrong. Why?
Nevermind.. Got it..
I know why. The El has a É with a mark on top of it!
shouldn't it be "necesito" since the whole sentence is masculine?
In this case necesito would mean "I" necesita would mean he/she/they
Actually im not sure abt it meaning they.
Yo necesito (I need)
Tu necesitas (you need)
El necesita (he needs)
I put necesito because the subject is masculine, yet it said the correct answer was necesita
Necesita is used for he she needs
Necesito is used for I need
necesito ? or necesita ? thought it was necesito because it's Él and not Ella ?
I have the exact same answer but it says its wrong
But,i took a Spanish course in college. There they said all feminine words end in a.
Can some one give me hearts
I believe the whole sentence is masculine and it should have been necesito instead of necesita.
anyone wanna give me lingots?
The fundamental rules don't change by sentence. Necessito is grammatically correct.
Should be "necesito"
In this sentence necesito means "I" Necesita means he/she
Ok, i guess i just need to learn words that end in "A" that aren't female