"The king sees a way."
Translation:המלך רואה דרך.
Is there any "rule" when do I use ח or כ/ך? Does it has something to do with the more iriginal/ old words that may be prefer one of the h's?
They originally had separate pronunciations, and still do among certain speakers. There's not much in the way of rules, but ח at the end of a word is preceded by the vowel "a", so if you have a word like tapu'akh you can be fairly sure it ends in ח, and it does תפוח.
I am confused between the difference of רואה between masculine and feminine. Melekh is a masculine term so I got the question wrong because i left out the ה at the end. could some one explain the diff between m and f in this verb?
Masculine ro'e, Feminine ro'a. Both spelled רואה. Context tells you the pronunciation, like how context tells you when to pronounce "read" as "red" or "reed".
Any way to change the entire flow of questions where you are presented only with Hebrew typing questions and then English typing question so one doe snot have to constantly switch back and forth from Hebrew to English keyboards?
You only use "et" before definite objects. If it were "the way" you would need "et", but since it's "a way" (any old way, not a specific one), it's not used.
Why are the niqqud written under the א in רואֶה? Is there any specific reason? Do they have to be there?
It is because רואה has two different pronunciations: roah or roeh. It depends on whether the subject is male or female. When first introducing the word, Duolingo gives us the niqqud to teach the difference. Otherwise, you just have to memorize it based on the subject.
Still learning, but this is what I think:
It's not under the ו because that already is the "oh" sound, and if it's under the ה it will become "roheh" instead of "ro'eh". I don't think they have to be there but it's just to help us?
If I understand that reply well, there actually is a version of this sentence with recording! Unfortunately it is not the one I got! This course is great, but I miss recordings sooo much!!!
Why is it mine does not have a recording - other users have commented that they do have access to the recording?
It probably depends on the type of exercise. So standard exercise versus choose the missing word, for example.