Don't we all?
I don't. I like to spend it.
Jes mia amiko
It seems to be quite common among humans.
Can the infinitive form be used as a gerund, as in "He likes having money"? Or is that a separate construction?
Yes, havi can mean either to have or having.
It's the verboid used for nominal constructions. If you're studying Spanish, you may know that the infinitive form of a verb is used as a noun in many languages.
What is the object of sxatas: havi or mono?
where I learn that "mono" does not mean "monkey" :P
Monkey -- simio.
I like to have money but I don't like having to have money to live in abundance.
Can you interchange mono and monoj or does esperanto treat it like english?
It is used as singular exclusively.
Well you know... Its not about the money, money, money. We just wanna make the world dance! Forget about the price tag!
Mi ŝatas havi dolĉaĵoj.
Ni DEVAS havi... monon!
Wouldn't the correct English sentence have to be
"He likes having money."
"He likes to have money."?
Both are acceptable in English.
Mi ankaux sxatas havi monon
Mi ŝatas havi via monon.
I must stop translating "mono" as "monkey."
Me too... :)
oh me too
Is he a Rockfeller?