"The girl sees a boy."
Translation:הילדה רואה ילד.
Sorry to break it to you but Hebrew does-technically but not really have an Accusative. It's a preposition used before a definite direct object.
- ha'yalda ro'ah yeled - The girl sees a boy
- ha'yalda ro'ah et ha'yeled - The girl sees the boy
MERRCEDES in Hebrew there are two main options to make a verb feminine - either with a ת or with a ה at the end. For example : eat - אוכל/אוכלת Give - נותן/נותנת Sit - יושב/יושבת Prepare - מכין/מכינה Explain - מסביר/מסבירה Lift - מרים/מרימה You will need to memorize which verb requires which suffix for the feminine form.
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why in the girl eats the verb ends en ת and with see we must write ה?In both case is "SHE"
Unfortunately, the ending simply isn't the same for every verb. In fact, in this case, the only difference between the masculine and feminine form of the verb is the vowel!
What is the purpose of the רואה or the other option where the segol mark is beneath א?
I think there's a problem...I tried all the three choices but they are all wrong...
There is also a possibility that more than one answer is correct in the multiple choice. Do you mean that you tried each individually? What were the choices that you were given?