"Have fun, Tal!"
אתה "תהנה"- you (male singular) will have fun. את "תהני"- you (female singular) will have fun. אתם "תהנו"- you (male plural) will have fun.
This is bugging me, why did they choose Tal? Wikipedia in past 100 years the ratio of even famous Tal is heavily male... Based on popular usage, it is 1.616 times more common for Tal to be a boy's name. It's like Dylan, for every girl with the name there's many guys, why would they choose a name like this in a gendered language?! Instead of Rachel or Leah, etc It's like making everyone Pat and Terry... Or 100 years ago Lindsay, Tracey, Ethel....gah!
Tal is, like many others, a Unisex name in Israel. They shouldn't have chosen it here, as it can really drive beginners mad!
I've only known Tal for men, Tali, Thalia or Talia for women. I've never heard this word I thought it was כיף +