I found this song too! Can you tell me what it is about?
Does "הלך" mean both "go" and "walk?" And is that the most normal common word for both?
Since I am female, would I say "ani holekhet"? Or since "ani" is gender-neutral, I would say "ani holekh"?
You would say אני הולכת (Ani holekhet) if you are female
Why is the letter Vav ( ו ) pronounced as an 'l' sound? Is the letter even pronounced at all? Or is it pronounced differently when it is a second or third syllable of the word?
Here the vav is an "o" sound, and the lamed is the "l". The vav can either be an "o", a "u" or a "v".
If it's not the first letter in the word it can be an "וֹ" "o" or a "וּ" "u" like Luke said. If it's one of these, the letter itself is silent.
Ani Holeyah = I am going ?