Feminine was correct for me. I mean it's not correct for me, because I'm male, but it was accepted.
I am finding the letters(/characters?) in general quite challenging (fun though), as it is like a whole new alphabet? Any tips?? Cheers.
They are letters, and, yes, it's a whole new alphabet. But the order of some of the letters correspond with the Roman/English alphabet. Memorizing it can be done in a matter of hours.
Why does it tell me I'm incorrect if I use the feminine version?
It shouldn't. As far as I've seen it accepts the female form.
is קוראת the feminine one? if a verb ends in ת is it usually feminine?
yes, that's right.
♪ מה קורה?... ♪
מה קורה, מי קורא? יש קריאת כיוון!
קורא can be reading or calling depends if n the context
Forvo website says קורא and קוראת both mean "call" and not read. Does it have both meanings?
It has both meaning - either read or call (out loud, not telephone call)
I guess if you're "called" up to the Torah you have to "read" it
Yes, I have the same question. Why is the feminine she incorrect?
Because you need to select both its fem. and mas. form
The selection doesn't match the sentence in the discussion. Tge extra "ת" at the end of the sentence is an error, if the discussion section version is correct.
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