Would it also be okay to say the following?:
העוגות הן טעימות
It is fine but doesn't sound as good.
this is a mistake that has taken root. it's not fully wrong, but it is unnecessary duplication
It's not a mistake at all, that's proper hebrew grammar. It's just that israelis have terrible grammar.
I think this sentence gives a general opinion about cakes, while the one DL states sounds like talking about the cake he has tasted.
Not really. Once you add the ה, this means some specific cakes, with or without הן.
Why not: The tasty cakes.
the tasty cakes means העוגות הטעימות (in these sentence it is already known that the cakes are tasty, while in the original sentence you claim that the cakes are tasty)
That tongue click in the beginning..
He did say "״העוגות טעימות :)
Why was "delicious" not accepted when ט.ע.ם has been translated as both the whole course??
If a correct word is marked incorrect, it only means that it is not in the database.
Ok so an ending of ות is plural feminine, and an ending of ים is masculine plural?
If you wanted to say something like "the green bird", that would be הציפור הירוקה.
Note that in Hebrew adjectives come after the noun and bird is feminine.
why was yummy not excepted
I don't think "yummy" is considered an actual (grown-up) word.