"The milk is hot."
What is the pronunciation here? I have only heard חם once, so I can't remember it yet (and this question has no audio).
How do we differentiate between "Hot Milk" as a substantive and (the) "Milk is hot"?
Can somebody give me a link to learn letters please ? It's really hard...
Wouldn't it be correct to also use the articles "hey" in front of the adjective?
In Hebrew, adjectives have to agree with nouns they modify in gender, number, and definiteness. So "the good bread" is הלחם הטוב, they are both masculine singular definite.
On the other hand, if you have an adjective that doesn't agree with the noun it's next to, it's usually the predicate of the sentence– הלחם טוב means "the bread is good." Since it can't be modifying the noun, this is the only other possibility.