"היא אוכלת את הסלט."
Translation:She eats the salad.
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Hebrew has two words spelled "את" (well actually four, but let's concentrate on the common two, that were studied here so far). One is pronounced /at/, and is the feminine singular "you". The other is pronounced /et/, and is a prefix for definite direct object - this is the usage here.