Umm... I presume we should learn the alphabet before we take the course, or?
The alphabet is so hard , we must learn it before we learn the hebrew language
I have no clue how to type this in. I am currently Level 20 in French and I am comfortable using special characters there. Why isn't there something like that for Hebrew?
Polish puts a selection box under the input line that lets you get ąężźśłńć. Maybe such an onscreen help would be possible here (if possible, arranged as the Hebrew computer keyboard to help us learn to type. Because Aleph on the t key and Beth on the c is not all that intuitive for me…
For Android OS, under the phone Settings, Language Inputs, I select the various Google keyboards I would like to use. Within Duolingo, I hold down the space bar on the on-screen keyboard and it lets me select which keyboard I want. I can switch back to English as easily.
I use on screen keyboard. I just correctly typed my first hebrew word! Feels amazing ;D
I was afraid if i switched to a Hebrew keyboard i wouldn't be able to switch back! That happened to me in Japanese one time! Lol
Hi folks, i am using Duolingo with my smartphone, so i can change the options of my keyboard. I hope that i helped you.
I don't have a Hebrew keyboard. It would be great if you provided one.
I typed in אהא and it said I had a typo because there was no period. Is this essential in Hebrew?
With an hebrew keyboard at your phone its really easy to learn the alphabet.
Mmm I think that is no funny becouse in Israel they no Say Dad, hello Dad! That is just a word for USA.
I can't type in Hebrew and can't skip this one, so I'm stuck already.
I put "A" hoping it would skip and provide me with the option for a Hebrew Keyboard yet it took my answer as correct and provided with my nothing.