The spanish word sound like is has something to do with cash. Use that as a clue or reminder :)
When hovering over, it said cashiers and teller, but shouldn't it be tellers? Not reporting it because i don't know if it's wrong.
teller is only a choice of answer, that doesn't mean that it's the good answer.
this is frustrating, I have previously used cashier for el cajero and it says im correct and a different time it corrected me and told me to use clerk so now i use clerk and it corrected me again to use teller?? I just wish it was consistent???
I worked at Chipotle for a year, and every time they called for the cashier, they said cajera or cajero depending on whether the cashier that day was male or female. After a day or two of hearing it, I asked what it meant (I was one of two people who did not speak fluent Spanish working there) and they said it meant cashier. Just an FYI.
Yes, but this time it is plural and this topic is OCCUPATIONS so I think Duo would want you to stick with that :)
this came up in a general quiz and I tried "the ATMs" but it didn't accept it, when "el cajero" will accept "the ATM"
Hovering over cajeros tells me the word is teller but teller is not in the multiple choice options.