But Duo is unique.
How would you say " Seventeen owls learning Hebrew?"
I'm confused about the hay at the end of eser. I understand when it is 10, then the hay is used for masculine and not for feminine. But for 11, 12,... or in this case 17??? Help, please.
Mrs try to learn the feminine and masculine form, since when you are referring to a masculine subject it is used masculine form as in שִׁבְעָה-עָשָׂר /shiv'a-'asar/, seventeen in masc. So it goes' asar and in fem /shva'-'esre/
It is an exception, just like in English we have exceptions so to Hebrew also has exceptions. Hope this helps.
Where are they? I need to join them!! Lol
Duo, siblings and cousins?
Doesn't lomed/lomedet/etc also mean "study"? I said "... study Hebrew." Is this wrong?
No, it's not wrong. Report it.