I can't quite figure out the purpose for the vav in the last word. Does aleph-vav together indicate the O vowel? And doesn't it need a diacritic mark then?
Yes. The aleph is basically the vowel carrier, and the vav marks the o vowel.
The word for "rice" in Portuguese is "arroz", which sounds a lot like "rice" in Hebrew, dos anybody know if these words are related?
it's pronounced like oh-rez. http://forvo.com/word/%D7%90%D7%95%D7%A8%D7%96/#he
Thanks for your time. I'm using Do it in Hebrew for my homework, but it asks me to pay for pronunciation. Finally I Found the word in Forvo. I Had to open it twice. Is there a better Hebrew keyboard? Thanks a lot.
For Duo, I use the Duolibro extension for chrome https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/duolibro/ogianofickehjjgaopiohbgjhmhbdafn
I added Duo book to chrome, but I don't know how to use it. I'll be please if you give me some tips
If you've already restarted your browser, it should automatically change your keyboard based upon what's required in the exercises. Nothing manual needed after that. :)
It would be nice if we could navigate around the lesson. Perhaps the page do not have enough memory, nevertheless is the best.