"Fill in the blank" exs. appearing on wrong side for Hebrew.
See: Hebrew is written right-to-left. The word on the right should be on the left, but it's being shown in the opposite way, which is confusing.
If you have a MacBook you go to your settings and set a Hebrew keyboard (I only know that you can find it on MacBook settings, but you probably can on other computers). You’ll probably have to pull up a diagram of the Hebrew keyboard so you remember where the correct keys are. Or you can possibly buy a physical keyboard with Hebrew words on it and plug it in. But it’d be easier to go to settings and set it.
I suggest you fill a "Bug Report" form (with as much details as you can, cf. text in this form), those forms being read by staff. While they will not answer to it (well, up to some exceptions probably ;) ), because they can't answer to each one, they nevertheless use them (among other criterias) to prioritize their list of bugs to be fixed according to the number of Bug Report forms received for each bug.
So the more we are to report it (through the form), the sooner it’ll be looked at.
When you select it, it automatically goes into the right way, but yeah they should fix the before.
Is there any way of doing this lesson without a Hebrew keyboard. I live in New York. How do I get a Hebrew keyboard? Or better yet, how do I get my English keyboard to produce Hebrew letters?
Just turn on the Hebrew layout in settings of your device or use a virtual keyboard.
I don't know what this means. Turn on the Hebrew layout in settings of my device? How do I do that? How do I know I HAVE a Hebrew layout in settings of my device? I'm only aware of English layouts. My keyboard is in English. And what is a virtual keyboard?
I have no idea how would you do that since I don't know the device you're using. If it's a PC with Windows, here's an instruction: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17424/windows-change-keyboard-layout
If you're using Mac: Open System Preferences. Click the International button. Click "Input Menu". Scroll down until you see Hebrew, then put a check next to it. Put a check next to "Show input menu in menu bar". To change the language to Hebrew when you type, click on the American flag on the top right of the menu bar, and then choose Hebrew.
Virtual keyboard: https://www.branah.com/hebrew
On probably any computer, you go to settings, and you go to keyboards in settings, you search “Hebrew” and you add it as a keyboard... Probably the same thing for phones, as well as third-party keyboards on phones which is what I use.
I don't have a Hebrew keyboard or know how to write any of the answers in Hebrew letters with an English keyboard. (Frankly, I was hoping the course would be in transliteration, for those of us who want to speak and understand it, but don't care so much about reading and writing.)