Yo this dude said that sentence in under asec
New languages can seem fast since you're not used to the sounds.
True, but German has an option to hear it again slower. Hebrew definitely needs this, due to the way the words change with prefixes/suffixes. And the other guy was right—they do speak too fast on this program.
Can רוצֶה be used with a direct object?
EDIT: I didn't read the tips & notes properly. Had I done that, I wouldn't have asked this (actually I deleted this comment, but it seems to have been resurrected by DL to avoid a time paradox).
Yes, verbs are unaffected by what they're followed by.
Yeah, time paradoxes are a big problem for Duo. :-)
Is it bih-va-ka-sha or beh-va-ka-sha
How do you pronounce this sentence?
Tselachat = a plate
I think the guy is speaking way too fast for someone trying to learn the language.
Why can I sometimes hear the audio and sometimes there is no audio on some of the exercises?
It appears that not all of the Hebrew examples have audio available. I wish they all did, but I'll take what I can get.
I need a plate please. Is a better translation and should have been accepted.
No, it's not better, because your answer is not correct. Need is צריך and want is רוצה. Here we have רוצה
I would have said " Can I please have a plate".