"You like milk and bread."
Translation:אתה אוהב חלב ולחם.
Okay. So they forgot to introduce you plural feminine and masculine. Feminine is אתן and masculine is אתם . But how do you pronounce them?
This want done well. Didn't see אתן before in the course. Thankfully already knew it, but wasted time because it wasn't expected.
The second correct sentence has 2 words that haven't been introduced yet. I've figured out what they mean (you masculine plural and plural second person to love) but I still don't know when to use that form of ohev and how to pronounce them. אתם אוהבים חלב ולחם
aTEM ohaVIM HaLAV ve-LE-Hem. You (masculine plural) love (or like) (masculine plural) milk and bread. I had to use a combination of European and English vowels to duplicate the sounds. The "e" is like the "e" in "bed". The capital "H" is a raspy sound in the throat like the "ch" in the German "ach" .
Maybe I am confused, but aren't all three correct? Some being plural and some being singular? The English does not specify.
We can't see the choices you were given. Sometimes more than one of the three is correct, sometimes all of them are, mostly just one is. But you have to be careful because often it tricks you by saying something like אתה אוהב חלב שוחים לחם (You like milk swims bread) and if you don't read it all you'll miss the nonsensical word.
Wondering the same thing, because it's nowhere in my vocabulary... So what does it mean?