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  5. "We drink the juice."

"We drink the juice."

Translation:אנחנו שותות את המיץ.

June 29, 2016



Can I get something clear: is the accusative marker את ONLY used if the object has an attached definite article –ה?


Yes. Sometimes it will look like what comes after is not definite, but it is always. For example - אל תשברי את לבי . it means don't break my heart. But in Hebrew , לבי is the short version of הלב שלי . the heart is definite, even though the ה is ommitted


So basicly any thing definite with "ה" or "סמיכת" needs "את"


No, not anything definite. It has to be "definite direct object" in order to have ה. There is also indefinite object, and then you never include את. It also goes for סמיכות. It is just a regular noun, which can be either a subject, or a direct or an indirect object. So, not every time there is סמיכות.


Not only. Mostly, but not only.


anáchnu shotót et ha-mitz.

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