"It has tasty milk."
Translation:יש לזה חלב טעים.
Can you use "לה" only for persons? I thought "יש לזה" would mean "this has" rather than "it has".
the difference is small yet noticeable for a native speaker. There is an explanation here i wrote on a different comment.
The option יש לה should be accepted. You could use that option for any "it" that takes a feminine pronoun. The phrase יש לזה or יש לזאת would be used to indicate something more specific - like an object in front of you.
Same question that NZholobov had: Can לזה יש and יש לזה be used interchangeably?
not really. yesh leze is more correct, and although leze yesh is acceptable, it puts emphasis on the object. example of use: is this milkshake delicious? no, leze (emphasis on a different object) yesh tasty milk
So the "It" in this sentence stands for something like maybe a restaurant? Like "This restaurant has tasty milk."?
I cant understend that ... Whem I have to use זה or זאת ?
And when I have to use לה or לו ? When the sentence refers to animal and person?
Or I can use this (זה, זאת, לה and לו) in any sentence?
Apparently you can use לה or לו for animals but for inanimate objects you have to use לזה or לזות. English speakers should find this easy as most people have pets that are refered to as "he" or "she". In this particular question, knowing that only female animals give milk, if the choice is between לו and לזה , both of which are male, then you have to choose the version which is for an inanimate object, and not for an animal.
I am so annoyed! I told it I cannot do "listening" questions right now. Then I told it to skip over and over as it just keeps asking listening questions. I don't have a Hebrew keyboard on this computer so I can't type in Hebrew. It just won't respond! Driving me nuts!
You can use a virtual keyboard then copy and paste, if, for example you are using someone else's computer. You need to be able to type Hebrew in order to make progress.
Cow is feminine, so in this case it would be incorrect. (unless you were to use la - לה) It really is a strange sentence, I can't even find a suitable context for it.
I can think of a lot... Like, there's this brand of milk that's new, and unusual higher protein... I'm asked about it (really). oh I've heard about that brand, do they make anything good besides the milk, it sounds weird. I don't know how good the milk could be.
It has delicious milk...no worries! (Because I hate tasty).