You still use the r sound, but you will hear native speakers use almost an L sound. And you don't have to roll the r at the end
I don't understand why you sometimes end words with an 'r' if it describes that 'I/me' does it. example: It is yo como, but it is escribir instead of something like escribo?
This case is just like in English. You use the infinitive after «I need» or «necesito»
to write = escribir
I just want to continue to study and get better. I doñ't think everything in life is supposed to bend to my understanding or perceptions.
The translation given is a little ambiguous. How would you differentiate between, "I need to write [something] in Spanish" and, "I need to [have the ability to/learn to] write Spanish"?