Ok, a question about vowels. Do I have to include the vowel beneath the ך to make this correct? Or can it just be שלך?
I asked because it gave me the "Almost correct" message and indicated that I should have included it, which seemed weird to me.
Theyve thankfully changed this now so your answer shows as correct now. Was an issue elsewhere in the first week or two of the course as well but it's fixed now.
I assume the reason they put an emphasis on that is to make sure you get the difference between שלך (masc) and שלך (fem) which are written the same but pronounced differently. When we actually write in hebrew we just use שלך and the gender is normally obvious thanks to context.