Because "necesito" refers to "I need", while "necesita" refers to "he/she/it needs". Verbs don't have feminine/masculine forms.
necesito is used for "I" and necesita is used for "el,ella, usted" so hijo stands for "el"
That was sneaky putting monkey ibto the options. I selected it thinking it said money. Guess i need to slow down a lil
Only one. Your. Tú(with the accent) means you. The accent changes the meaning.
Normally I guess one would listen to the intonation of the voice to know whether what's being said is a question. Here it is the same regardless.
I was like: "You child, need money?", which I guess I should have known wasn't the answer. x). BUT, why does tu mean your (example "y tu?" which is "and you?")?
You are confusing tú and tu. The accent changes the meaning. With the accent, it means you and without is your
I wrote, "Your children need money"?
I guess becuase it's not hijos referring more than one?