ha-íma ohévet chaláv ve-léchem.
Does האם actually mean the mom? I have never seen this before.
This is a rather high-level Hebrew word. However it is in use. For example, "Yom Ha'Em" is mother's day in Israel, not "Yom Ha'Ima".
In non-biblical hebrew, is there a difference between Mem and Final Mem?
The pronounciation is the same, but it's not written the same.
No, they are pronounced the same.
כולם אוהבים חלב ולחם
Not this sentance, but before, I used the ampersand instead of and, but you said 'in correct
My translation is exactly as shown above ie.
האמא הואבת חלב ולחם
It. wasn't accepted.
How and why not?
You mixed up ה and א in your second word