Porque o marido dela tem dois empregos ;-)
Is it just me or does it sound like she's saying "trabagar"? Might just be my phone's speaker.
I wrote "she doesn't need work" and it is marked as wrong
Why is "to" necessary?
It is necessary in English
The form that the verb is in, translates as "to work".
typing 'doesnt' made me get it wrong because I missed the ' :((
Why don't accept "Job"?
Probably because job is a noun and it's looking for a verb here. It would need to be "She doesn't need a job", which does have close to the same meaning.
"She must not work" should be acceptable as well, no?
= ela não deve trabalhar.
No. Not needing to work and not working via compulsion are not the same thing.
precisa = need
precisa = must
which on is correct? i thought "precisa de" means "need"?
"precisar de" + noun = to need (noun)
"precisar" + infinitve = to need to (verb)