"The girl sees a boy."
Translation:הילדה רואה ילד.
I am really finding enjoyment in learning hebrew. I never thought of learning a language. I have horrble short term memory, and kind of on the dyslexic side. But because of my desire to learn the bible better, (e.g. Gen 1) I started searching the web for what ever I could find to help me learn. I took over a year to learn the aleph-bet and vowel points. And then I memorized Gen 1:1-5. It seems my dyslexia made the right to left direction of the language a natural ability for me to learn. Then I found Duolingo, and that really made my learning explode. I am the kind of person who gives up easily if things get too difficult. So I can't believe that I have kept up with this as long as I have. But I can't get enough of learning hebrew. Thanks Duolingo!
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.
If you use the dictation button to enter the Hebrew words, then you don’t have to know the spelling because if you pronounce it properly, the correct spelling will automatically appear. Then after seeing the word in Hebrew dozens of times it should click in your memory.
When a vav appears in the middle or end of a word, it often indicates that the vowel is an oh or an u sound. If the vav appears at the beginning of a word, it usually indicates “and” which is always pronounced ve in colloquial Hebrew but in this course it is occasionally pronounced “u”.