"Tal does not speak English."
Translation:טל לא מדבר אנגלית.
Trying to get a grasp on the structure of מדבר
I thought דבר was the root for "to speak" and would also be used for "he spoke" and that any letters added tonthe end or ye word would denore who is/did/will speak. So what doe the מ before דבר indicate? Is it a preposition of some sort? Or just an evolution of דבר?
Full disclosure, before Duo, my exposure to Hebrew was limited to biblical Hebrew, and even that, minimally. So maybe I'm missing the connection because it isnt there in modern Hebrew.