"Is love coming?"
Google it. Android users usually have a setting to choose your preferred languages within the OS.
Side note, I wish there was actual character learning. I appreciate being tossed in, but I need a raft every now and then, you know?
Hello folks, i am using the duolingo on my smartphone, so i can change the language of my keyboard so that i am allow to type the Hebrew characters. I hope that i helped.
K sorry but i dont get how im supposed to learn this way. Like i dont know how to spell in hebrew dont know the hebrew alphabet so how am i supposed to learn this? Makes no sense.
you should have hebrew characters just as you have in French the ones that are special...
Every word with a final ה is considered as a feminine form? Because I wrote אהבה בא?.
Yes mostly. It's a common feminine form. But many objects doesnt neceseraly end in ה and they stil feminine. Like דלת (delet) is a door and feminine. Delet gdola ( big door) and not gadol (big for masculan)
Most smartphones allow you to add keyboards in other languages. I have Hebrew and Japanese. It's not that hard. Go to your keyboard settings. It should have an option that says "add language". Also, many Hebrew students learn the alphabet on their own first. That's what l did so l have no problem with this course. Check Memrise for courses on how to learn the aleph-bet. אלפבית
How to add a keyboard in another language on Android: https://support.google.com/android/answer/7068494?hl=en
An Android app that I used to teach myself the aleph-bet: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.easylearn.emachine.learnthehebrewalphabet
Why is sometimes אהבא באה and other timesבאה אהבה ? Is it the tense ? Its confusing
Mostly the verb comes after the noun or pronoun. Even in questions. Maybe in songs or ancient biblical language you'll find it the other way. Some conjunctions allow you to dismiss the pronouns like אהבת? Means 'did you like/love' (singular you)
the question mark @ the beginning of sentence?!
shouldn't it be @ the end - like this: ?אהבה באה
No. At the end. A lot of problems in softwares derive from that right to left writing ;-)