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  5. "Usted requiere ese coche."

"Usted requiere ese coche."

Translation:You require that car.

August 26, 2013



i listened to this 6 times slowly and could not understand the second word. just me, i guess

January 10, 2014


Same here, but that's because I didn't know the word "requierer", so I had to guess.

January 21, 2014


No, it was not just you. For me, it was impossible to understand. The second and third words sounded like one word. Additionally, the slower recitation sounded different from the normal (vocalized speed) version.

January 13, 2014


Glad to hear I am not the only one who could not hear what the second word was.

March 6, 2014


Amen. I did the same thing. I could not understand what she was saying on the second word. The slow function is not working on that word. LOL.

January 26, 2014


Say to say, four years later, the female voice is still very bad. Listening slow, she definitely starts with a T sound. This is my biggest peeve about duolingo. Either the woman can't talk or the sound system is distorting her.

April 28, 2018


So require and need are 'requiere'. Is necesario = require?

August 26, 2013


necesitar = to require, to need

August 26, 2013


coche really why u gotta be so rude

September 17, 2014


I could not understand the first two words in the slow as well in the speed version.

May 10, 2019


I don't understand this sentence. What does it mean?

May 27, 2019


Why does it not accept "You need this car."? A requirement is a need is it not?

June 30, 2019


They're more likely being sticklers for "ese" translating to "that" and not "this."

August 24, 2019
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