"I want dry fruit."

Translation:אני רוצֶה פירות יבשים.

June 22, 2016



Doesn't "פרות" mean "cows"?

February 3, 2017


It does. These are two different words, pronounced differently. cow = פרה (pa-ra), cows = פרות (pa-rot). fruit = פרי (pri), fruits = פירות (pei-rot).

February 4, 2017


Single - pry - פרי

October 7, 2018


Thanks! I hope they'll fix this mistake soon!

February 4, 2017


I don't think it's a mistake, just a feature of the language :)

January 9, 2018


I thought pl. fruit is spelling as פירות, not פרות

April 4, 2017


Why is it not: פרות יבשות Usually the adjective follows the substantive, not now?

April 15, 2017


This is one of the irregulars. While פרי is a masculine noun, its plural form looks like a female one (פירות). But the adjective will still be in the masc. form = יבשים.

April 15, 2017


There are some words that look like one gender but are actually the opposite. Like table - שולחן and tables - שולחנות

Incorrect would be - שולחנים

June 27, 2017


I'm starting to take these too literally, I think: 'אני רוצאה פרי יאבש' Aside from my horrible spelling, how would you say this in the singular? Would you ever? Does it require the indefinite article in English to interpret it as singular?

June 22, 2016


I want a dry fruit = אני רוצה פרי יבש = ani rotse/rotsa pri yavesh. But I don't think you have many opportunities to say it...

June 22, 2016


רוצֶה , רוצָה

April 8, 2018


It accepted "פרות" as fruit, is that ok? I thought it was only "פירות".

January 25, 2017


It's technically wrong unless nikud is used. I would report it.

November 29, 2017


The Hebrew translation on this page is correct, but when it gave me the "correct" Hebrew on the question/answer page, it translated fruit as פרות, which means "cows." This needs to be fixed!

September 15, 2018


I wrote אני רוצה פרי יבש. If this is wrong, how do i say אני רוצה פרי יבש in English?

November 4, 2018


what is dry fruit?

May 13, 2017


Raisins, dried apricots & figs & mango & cranberries & blueberries, etc., prunes, sun-dried tomatoes (although classified as vegetable for tax purposes, is a fruit), freeze dried bananas, strawberries, pears, apples. It's any fruit that's dehydrated, gives different texture & taste but preserves for longer.

March 27, 2018


Raisins are a good example.

June 12, 2017


So "פירות" is masculine?

March 13, 2018


Yes, I believe that's right; it's masculine although it looks as if it were feminine in the plural.

March 31, 2018


פרה=cowפרות=cows פרי=fruit=פירות=fruits Is it wrong?

September 8, 2018


How do i get a hebrew keyboard

October 12, 2018


I use Kuzy Hebrew Language Keyboard Cover for MacBook Pro 13" 15" 17" (with or w/out Retina Display) Silicone Skin for iMac and MacBook Air 13" -Hebrew/English https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HHGCPH6/

on my MacBook (they come for all types of computers just search keyboard cover plus the language you want and what type of computer or keyboard you have if it's a separate keyboard from a different company). On my mobile devices, I use Swype keyboard app but I think other companies have similar offerings).

December 7, 2018


Got mine in settings. 2018 Note 9. Can also find one in Play Store. My keyboards can switch by swiping the spacebar.

January 7, 2019


Vladimir, I wrote the same like you. I think we did it right. The text write of one dry fruit not dry fruits. So there is a mistake in it.

December 7, 2018

December 7, 2018
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