Over the years I have heard Bolsa used in a general way to refer to any type of bag, be it a sack, a piece of luggage, a pocket, or a purse. However, maleta refers to a suitcase (bolsa de viaje) (equipaje) luggage UK, baggage US
I guess that depends where you are from: https://dictionary.reverso.net/english-spanish/bag/forced
Why doesn't "No necesito una maleta work?" If other times you don't have to include the pronoun? The conjugation should represent what you are saying...
It should be accepted also, but did you have the multiple choice, because then there could be more than one correct answer and then you must choose ALL correct answer.
It should be acceptable and could be reported if that were the only thing different.
It wasn’t the Listen and write what you heard was it?
I typed "do not" instead of "don't" and it was marked wrong. Like, whats up with that??
Are you sure there wasn’t another error? Copy and paste your answer here or take a screenshot as we cannot see your answer here. If the rest of the sentence is exactly like the correct answer above, then please report it if you had the exercise for this sentence to translate from Spanish to English.
I accidentally pressed the check button when i only had two words written!!!
isn't "i do not need the suitcase the suitcase" the same thing as "I don't need a suitcase."?
“I do not need a suitcase.” is the same as “I don’t need a suitcase.” and that means any suitcase, but “the suitcase” is about a specific suitcase and maybe there is another one that you do need.
Thats exactly what happened to me. I put in the same thing as you and it said i was wrong..???