HAVE A FEELING THIS LITERALLY MEANS BLESSED YOUR COMING OR SOMETHING SIMILAR. BECAUSE OF THE PRAYER, ברוך אתב
Exactly, the literal meaning might be something like "Blessed be the one who comes", but it's just a set phrase. In English, "welcome" is similar, in that literally it is "well come" - "one whose coming is pleasant", but we don't think about the literal meaning, it is just a word.
Sorry. When I use my Hebrew keyboard I am left with just the upper case letters to do the English part of the exercises. I try to save time by not switching keyboards and just accepting that English will appear all capitalized. If I could I would send you some digital eye protection. Cheers.
Still ... it is a great pity that there is no native speaker. Sorry, is there a polite excuse/reason for that?
Duolingo had enough funds only to pay for maybe ~90% of the sentences to be recorded by voice artists.
wHY not hire vollunteers doesnt need to be a godly voice as long as its pronounced correctly who cares