You can’t say dollars in spanish unless you are speaking in Spanish.
I know this because I’ve been teaching Spanish and I have to say this. It’s not so much a problem if you’re not native Spanish speakers, but it is a very, very frustrating problem when you are. It’s like a Spanish teacher who doesn’t know how to say “I want to go to the bathroom” or “I want to go home.” Or even worse, if you are a Spanish teacher who doesn’t even really know where to start.
The problem is that the way you say dollars in Spanish, you might not even have the same meaning when you say the same thing in English. For example, if you say, “I want to go to the bathroom”, that means you want to go to the bathroom (not a dollar) because you have a problem with the bathroom, not because you have a problem with dollars.
That might explain why you don’t understand the difference between Spanish and English. In Spanish, the dollar sign means a lot of different things. For example, when you say, “I want to go to the bathroom,” you’re asking for a dollar instead of a cup of coffee. Even if you say, “I want to go to the bathroom,” you don’t have the same meaning.
Dollars mean different things in Spanish. But the dollar sign as a sign in English means “I want to have a dollar.
That makes sense, but it still doesn’t explain what the dollar sign means in Spanish, so we still don’t know what it means in English. All we know is that it means I want a dollar.
As a final note, when the Spanish meaning of dollar is used, the Spanish speaker will tend to think of the dollar sign as a sort of “no, wait, you dont want a dollar,” sign. In this case the dollar sign is more like “no, wait, you dont want a dollar.” And in this case that is a really cool thing.
Like we said before, there is a lot of ambiguity in what the dollar sign means in Spanish, and this is one of the reasons why. In Spanish, “dollar” is often used to mean money, but it can also mean a number of things. In Spanish, for example, the dollar sign can be used to mean 1,000, 10,000, 25,000, etc. You can also use the dollar sign without any specific meaning.
That said, the dollar sign can often be used in a very specific context, like a number of cars for example. The same is true for other Spanish words. For example, you can say “Vamos a decir dólares en espaldas”, meaning we are going to say dollars in the backs of our legs, which is one of the ways that the dollar sign is used in Spanish.
So for example, say you want to buy a car and you think that you can buy a car with a dollar sign that says “Vamos a decir dólares”. That’s a very common approach to buying a car, so just think about it! That’s why Spanish is so important. You can ask the car seller if they have a dollar sign or a car for their car or whatever.