"Thank you, have fun."
I wrote תהני and that was a correct answer as well. I believe all forms are correct ansers as they didnt soecify masc, feminine, or plural.
For where I am in the course, the word for "(have) fun" wasn't introduced yet. What is the precise meaning? I've only learned "kef" so far.
They just f it up, man. Same ❤❤❤❤ for me. Frustrate me for real, mad as hell.
hmm I wrote "תודה תהנה" and it showed up as incorrect. The correct answer is showing up as תודה, תהנו which is the plural right? But there is no way to know it's plural right?
No, "תהנה" (tehene) for male and "תהני" (teheni) for female. It should be noted that the "H" sound isn't pronounced in modern Hebrew, so tehene and teheni would be pronounced as teene and teeni (with a long e, or /teːne/ and /teːni/ in ipa).
But here תהנו is displayed as correct solution not תהני How is that pronounced or is it simply an error?
Oh, woops! Yeah, I don't really know the vowels if the words... that's why I did that weird mixup. Thanks for clearing it up!
Don't worry, I can see how verb conjugation in Hebrew can be hard, heck, even I, a native speaker, struggle with conjugating less common words (I can't speak for other native speakers though).
have fun can be : תהני, תהנה, תהנו as well. also thank you can be just : תודה and not :תודה לך
Well, I would say you often use תּוֹדָה לְךָ in combination with a name: תּוֹדָה לְךָ דָּוִד עַל עוּגִיּוֹת הַשּׁוֹקוֹלָד thank you, David, for this chocolatate cookies. Or if you want to stress someones merits: סוּפֶּרְמֶן, תּוֹדָה לְךָ הַמְּדִינָה הַזֹּאת שׁוּב בְּטוּחָה Superman, thanks to you the country is safe again. But as the simple reaction to a kindness, תּוֹדָה or תּוֹדָה רַבָּה is much more common and idiomatic, although תּוֹדָה לְךָ is still possible.
as a hebrew native speaker (my first language) it should be תודה רבה, תהנה as well, I mean "you" in hebrew stand for single and plural so "thank you, have fun" can be : תודה רבה, תהנה תודה רבה, תהנו it's dulingo mistaken not you your answer is correct :) have a great day!
You did not need to add רבה. The English is only "Thank you" not "Thank you very much". Duo makes a distinction between the two.