"The apple is tasty."
Modern hebrew, No. Biblical hebrew, Yes.
As a native Arabic speaker I noticed that ט is used in the same fashion as modern Arabic Ta ط and ת as modern Arabic Teh ت.
So for example: טָעִים - طعم - Ta'im - delicious تمر - תָמָר - Tamir - dates palm
When I closely look at these two words, both the Arabic and Hebrew words have the same spelling, meaning and TRANSLITERATION.
Also you can notice that ע Ain is used in a similar way to Arabic Ain ع which is kind of a schwa in modern Hebrew and can sound as an א أ
I am new to Hebrew. So far, I understand that there are 2 genders for words: male and female. (Just like my native Spanish. In a way I am grateful for there might be other languages that might have more. German comes to my mind with its three.) Is there a general rule of a pattern to follow? For example, in Spanish most words ending in the letter a are feminine. Also, most words ending in o are masculine.
Your insights will be greatly appreciated!
La naranja dulce esta deliciosa.
The sweet orange is delicious.
Die süße Orange ist köstlich.
Las naranjas dulces están deliciosas.
The sweet oranges are delicious.
Die süßen Orangen sind köstlich.
Languages are great, aren't they?! <3
normally the words that end in ה are for singular female nouns (like אישה,ילדה,כלבה) and for plural form they use ת at the end of the words... male form is a little bit harder to say if there is a rule or a pattern, and it is cuz the words i male forms are the base of the female forms, then you only have to take the ה out of the word. as for plural male form there is the ים that they put at the end of words to indicate that the sentence is i plural (like גברים,ילדים, כלבים)...