I really wish they would record the audio even for single words in the first lessons. It would be quick and cheap, no?
There is a memrise course with the recorded audio of all the words we need here:
I learn first the pronunciation of a topic with memrise, and after it I learn the usage with duolingo.
Fully agree...have just started and have no idea...I don't even know the alphabet
isn't this ahava? I cannot find the correct answer but I have days of them telling me it's wrong.
The correct answer is "love" for me. Duolingo is looking for the translation to the English word for me. Did you have the listen and type it in Hebrew letters? Then the answer would be אהבה. You would never type ahava, you might say it (perhaps it is pronounce oheve) if you have your microphone and they ask you to repeat the word. I have seen the verb form as "ohev" for male and "ohevet" for female. Scroll all the way to the bottom for tips and notes on this page: https://www.duolingo.com/skill/he/Letters-1 Check this out: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/16251269
I really wish they would record the audio even for single words in the first lessons and why don't they give us the vowels
אהבת can be you loved (in the past) Or the love of. Like "אהבת חיי" love of my life
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IMHO a new to Hebrew is a "new to Hebrew" so the audio is required for every word, at least in the beginning, lol
Is ahavah in this sentence a verb, a noun, or both? I suppose we'll learn later, but it doesn't hurt to ask now, hahah.
Ahava is the noun. The root is א.ה.ב - you can use that for verb construction
It's too hard, why there isn't audio? It's impossible to learn Hebrew without audio. (Sorry for mistakes, I'm not native speaker in English).
Earlier question had me translate word as like. She likes milk. Does not take like as a valid answer.
In hebrew the same word is used for likes and love. Depending on the context you will understand the intent of the user
- I don't see any way to type in Hebrew. No writing for me, it seems.
- Years ago I learned Hebrew with vowels but I'm legally blind now and these letters are so tiny that I can barely make them out, No reading part for me.
Why is there no audio? With no written vowels in Hebrew how do I even know how to pronounce this?
You know what I liked about this course? It was the only one in its introduction that said how thrilled it was that you had chosen to learn it. Made me warm to Hebrew more, unlike all those other haughty, entitled languages.
it is the first word that I see in the course, How is it supposed that I'm going to know how does it sound?
No quiero ningun<pre>
Hebreo, solo me interesa el English</pre>
Por favor solo me interesa INGLES. Gracias. Amparo(chapina)
Amparo Por favor envie un programa del curso de ingles. he estdiado bastante pero ignoro en que. Etapa estoy GRACIas