"You or her?"
Translation:את או היא?
memrise.com has a course specifically with Duolingo vocabulary. I find it easier to learn the words over there first, and then practice making sentences on Duo :-)
Hopefully this direct link will work. If it doesn't you can search for the course "Duolingo Hebrew":
The first is masculine singular (אתה) and the second is feminine plural (אתן). So, to continue, (את) is feminine singular and (אתם) is masculine plural. In other words, (אתה) is one man, (את) is one woman, (אתם) is a group of men (but can include women), and (אתן) is a group of women. Hope that helps! :)
The word can be pronounced with the English vowel "oo" sound or with the "oh" sound. As a matter of fact, it can be confusing some times in Israel as some people would tell you they live on "Mapu" street and others would tell you they live on "Mapo" street! And you may wonder if it is the same street!
You can't mix subject and object pronouns like that. It's either אתה או היא or object pronouns אותך או אותה or even לך או לה. But I think they accept only the subject pronouns. The problem is English. It's fairly common to say "you or her" instead of "you or she" - this sounds a bit odd.