"Necesitamos salir ahora."
Translation:We need to leave now.
We have two verbs here, "necesitar" and "salir"; we need to conjugate only the first verb into "necesitamos". If we conjugate the two verbs, it's like saying "we need we leave" now".
think of it as "necesitamos" = "we need"; "salir" = "to leave". Whereas salimos would be "we leave", not "we need to leave".
Correction; necesitamos salimos ahora = we need leave now. Also you can't have more than one conjugated verb in the sentence.
I know this may not be the right place but I’m having problems in the lab section set two story la serpiente it is stuck when I want to cancel it says I will lose what I did before when I don’t cancel it is not continuing . This is after the oxl fiasco . What a day!
That would be "Debemos irnos ahora."
Necesitar = to need Deber = to must irse = to go / to leave
I think this is my favorite random sentence so far from Duolingo. The possibilities for Who, What, Why, When, Where regarding the potential situations and context of using this sentence are endless and hilarious... !