"You like bread and milk."
Translation:אתה אוהב לחם וחלב.
I don't think that אתם has been taught at this point. I understand that it means "you," but in what sense?
Actually, it is taught in the lesson notes. Unfortunately the app doesn't show them :( But you can few them in the browser.
So how do you make a bet (well, without a bookie), where on the keyboard I mean, I haven't seen all the letters on the keyboard that DL had sent me to "Garden -Memrise" to learn! Anyone else wondering this? Thanks for any direction in this (so far I'm okay, but later, oy vey!) -we might need for later.
It's on the letter C if you have a QWERTY keyboard. I can't imagine trying to memorize them all though. Just get some stickers. They're literally a couple dollars.
If you are referring to the above sentence, "אתה אוהב לחם וחלב", then no, it is not the plural form. (אתה) is masculine singular. Masculine plural would be (אתם). To continue that, (את) is feminine singular and (אתן) is feminine plural. I hope that helps!
You're right. Either I misread it or they changed the sentence. Sorry for the confusion.
I love that you also realize this. I have tried to contact Duolingo over this unfairness; to no avail. The subtleness of the patriarchy is real.
What is the difference between את and אתה? Its unclear to me from the usage so far.
Pls tell me what the difference between אוהבת and אוהב. This is coming up all the time as a fail
The difference is that "אוהב" is the masculine form and "אוהבת" is the feminine form. So it would be "אתה אוהב" and "את אוהבת". Does that help?
What's wrong with the third option, as I see it, it's just the feminine singular "you" with the appropriate feminine verb ending. What am I missing?
How can I possibly answer in Hebrew, if they do not provide me with a hebrew keyboard???!?
Are you mixing up the genders and/or numbers? Since we don't know what you wrote it's hard to know what the problem is.
Hello jarrettph, "You like bread and milk." Translation: אתה אוהב לחם וחלב.
Well that's the default translation so I don't know why you'd be getting it wrong. :O
I have found the reason for the fails - it simply looks for two possible answers. Thank you guys.