So זה for masculine nouns and זאת or זו for feminine nouns, is that right?
Could you explain the difference between זאת and זו?
The only difference is that זו is more formal.
Are there formal forms for masculine and feminine?
Just זו, which is feminine. It is pronounced "zo".
is rarely used in modern Hebrew
How is זו pronounced?
a 'she' truck :D
Too bad there isn't any such thing as a 'he' truck.
What's the pronounciation of זאת?
audio for משאית
I wrote זות מסית instead of זאת משאית and it accepted it! thanks but why? ^^'
It accepts typos of up to one wrong letter per word; I guess this was considered okay.
Probably benefit of doubt: "זאת" is pronounced "zot" so intuitively one could spell it as "זות"
How is truck in Hebrew pronounced?
You can find pronounciation of hebrew words on this website:
Why is משאית a feminine word? Is it because of the ending on ת-?
I was about to ask the same question, why is it a feminine word?
Yes many feminine words end in ת (tav). It's a good hint but it's only in general, there are exceptions. For example זית (olive) is a masculine noun.
how come a truck is feminine? and how can I know?
I had a typo, but the correct word wasn't a choice
Are all veichles feminine?
It would be really helpful to hear the word spoken as it is uploaded, as with other languages on Duolingo.
How would you prononce truck?
I am confused by this - i understand זה או זאת
זו not זאת ?
Ok i see that זו is more formal. Interesting observation on the masc & fem "this" - the Torah must be fem, right? (זאת התורה)
Every thing is together alot