By just listening, I heard, 'There's bread, birds?' and couldn't figure it out until I remembered that יש goes with ל, and that bread is לחם, not לכם.
Yes, to you, plural, masculine. The lamed ל is "to" did you see the notes or are you in the app. The notes for the whole course are here scroll down to bottom & choose the skill/section you're working on.
The whole course is here (and the site has one for each Duolingo language): http://duolingo.wikia.com/wiki/Hebrew
i do not know identificate when a sentence is a questiion or not, somebody help me , hi i am from brazil
I'm English there's a question mark ? ? ? In Hebrew, there's sometimes : האם , at the beginning, or is just how you say it. Like: you are good, or : you are good? He has water , or, he has water? Or: tudo bom..... tudo bom?
Could it be "Do you have any birds?" or would that be a different sentence?
Why is the plural of bird masculine (based on the suffix "ים-") when the pronouns and verbs associated with bird are feminine?