"I see a truck."
Translation:אני רואה משאית.
Identically. In hebrew above 2nd grade level, you stop using nikud (the vowels), and based on context, you'd pronounce it either as "Roeh" or "Roaah", depending on whether or not the person actually seeing (the object conducting the verb) is male or female (roeh, vs. roaah)
In that case I personally would very much prefer to start learning at BELOW second grade level. :-(
one of the best method on duolingo (En) to learn a language with non-Latin alphabet letters is the greek course. I would personally rate this hebrew course by 1/5... start by teaching us the hebrew alphabet until it is "rooted" in our brains.