"Do you hear those bees?"
Translation:אתה שומע את הדבורים האלה?
It's probably explained somewhere, but using ההוא, ההיא, ההם, ההן is another way to say "those <things>" or "that <thing>". ההוא is singular masculine, ההיא singular feminine, ההם plural masculine and ההן plural feminine.
Those bees = הדבורים ההן/הדבורים האלה
Those are bees = אלה דבורים (and never ההן דבורים)
Thanks. Is it the same for איזה and איזו, that they're also interchangeable? Or is איזו specifically feminine?
It's not the same - איזה is for singular masculine, איזו for singular feminine (the same as זה and זו/זאת).
ll You can add האם in the beginning of yes/no questions, so that they're less ambiguous. On the other hand, it makes them more formal.
I try to do this one, but I can't do it correctly because there is no את to choose at the boxes.