Except for the lion that ate the bot
Or the lion that ate the boy
Is the הן obligatory in this sentence?
Yes it's obligatory.
"חיות לא רעות"
means "not bad animals" - it doesn't tell you something about all the animals
Yes. To express that a noun is an adjective, when the noun is indeffinite, you need some pronoun or זו/זאת/זה.
I don't understand. How can a noun be an adjective?
AlmogL meant to express that is , e.g. "animals are bad".
I think he meant direct object, for example "A cow is not a horse" would be (para he lo soos):
"פרה היא לא סוס."
Why would "they are not bad animals" not be correct?
חיות הן לא רעות! הן טעימות ;)
Is רעות pronounced rah-oot or ra-ee-oot?
Can someone please write the spelling?
/chayot hen lo ra'ot/
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