does this sound zot ?
Isn't זה used for male nouns and זאת for female nouns? Why is this requiring to use both with אישה?
It's not זה but זו that you use with feminine nouns. זאת and זו are the same thing, the latter being a bit more formal.
This is what I was coming to ask. Actually I think I chose the wrong one, but I don't understand why Duo wanted me to choose both. Anyone know?
So if I want to speak reall spoken hebrew, and not the one from old textbooks I should use zot and not zu or zo?
You can use zo - it's a slightly higher register, but still in common use. Zu is already a bit more archaic, and might sound weird used by a non-native speaker.
Why does DL use geber for man and not ish? Isn't geber more formal?
There some words that correct if you are adding them to another
But in the street of israel of today people say some words es formal and some es informal but it's not supposed to be like that.
But it became a slang
What gender is זו?
Wouldn't גברת also be correct?
Is a lady and not a woman
cannot type hebrew letters
This exercise cannot be completed as I have no hebrew characters on my keyboard
On my iPhone I went to settings, general, then keyboards, where I selected Hebrew. If that doesn’t work, it’s a good idea to google how do I get a different keyboard on my (whatever device you use).