Hayaldah roah egoz
You have no idea how much this helps.
I would upvote, but it’s at 69...
same sentence with audio: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/16275377
zion11dotcom, thanks so much for the link, here's a lingot for you!
תודה רבה לך.
Where do I start a petition for more audio?
ילדה ראוה אגוז, ילדה אולכ אגוז ;)
I'm confused -- are we, or aren't we worrying about the nikud? From the FB group, I thought we weren't worrying about the nikud, reading or written. :(
You're not supposed to write it in your answers. If you get a message saying "almost correct", report the sentence.
I will. Thank you Airelibre -- this one marked me wrong because I didn't have the mark under the aleph.
I'm confused about the vowel marks under the aleph in sees. Could someone explain when each one is supposed to be used?
I wouldnt worry about them because this course isn't teaching them and they aren't really used often.
It can be also sha'ked.
That's "almond", a specific type of nut.
All these random 'א' are making me go crazy. :( אני לא אוהבת, לא תודה
Hang in there.. a lot ov the Eastern languages have redundant alphabets.. just our style
It's not random, it's a glottal stop, as in the pause between the words uh-oh.
They're not random. They dictate how the vowels should be, or at least thats how it seems to me so far.
Take a moment to imagine trying to learn spelling in English as a foreign language.
How do you say walnut in Hebrew?
If i remember correctly that would be: אגוז מלך
Took a screenshot of my correct answer that was not accepted.
Was it supposed to be רואות? I am confused
It couldn't have been רואות, since the subject is singular.