Just a little tip for Hebrew learners, in everyday speech we use the verb "לשים" for pretty much anything that can be worn, even though there are many specific verbs for each type of clothing/accessory, i.e. לחבוש, לגרוב, לענוד, להרכיב, לענוב etc, these are more likely to be used in written Hebrew.
Good to know. I am just clicking through these lessons as quickly as possible. I disagree with even teaching these words to a beginner. We don't have infinite capacity to learn new words, and it's paramount to maximize return and teach only useful words that have an immediate impact on everyday life a new country. I have never encountered a need to use these words since arriving in Israel.
Clothing Related: skirt - יתִ אָ צֲ ח) Chatsa’it) , clothing - ודּגּב) ִBigud) , pants - (Kis (כ ִ יס - pocket], 18) [Michnasayim (מִ כְ נָסַ יִם , shoes - םִיַ לֲ עַנ) Na’alayim) , dress כֶ תֶ ם - stain], 72) [il’Me (מְ עִ יל - coat], 63) [sah- Chult (חּולְ צָ ה - shirt], 35) [Simlah (שִ מְ לָ ה - (Ketem) , hat - עַ ובֹכ) ּKova) , suit חּולְ צַ ת טִ י - shirt-T], 80) [Chalifah (חֲ לִ יפָ ה - (Chultsat Ti) , Plus general wear, not specifics (this is from his shop, I'm not sure how detailed the free version is, I think it's the same without illustrations)
The jumbling of text - including extra space between letters within a word and misalignment of Hebrew with English - is not uncommon when copying from a PDF. So it may not have been caused by the app. If you paste first into a word processor and fix the text there, you may get better results.
You could say "אני שם בגדים" /ani sam bgadim/ or "אני מתלבש" /ani mitlabesh/ for "I'm getting dressed" - if you are in the process of putting on the clothes, and "אני לובש בגדים" /ani lovesh bgadim/ for "I wear clothes".
Oh and "שים בגדים!" /sim bgadim/ would be the 2nd person masculine singular imperative form of the verb, meaning "Put on (your) clothes!".
This is so relieving to hear! This lesson made me question how easy learning grammar would be after a year of learning mostly vocab. I couldn't imagine memorizing the conjugation of every clothing verb on top of learning the clothing words! I'm not going to stress about it now since it'll never come up in speech should I go to Israel. Trying to remember the different uses for short, tall, long, etc. Those adjectives kill me enough as it is