Dov the only thing that's negative in the Hebrew course is your comments. Please embrace what you have here. The producers are helping you to learn the language in many ways. Change your attitude and be positive, please. Contribute to the course by being upbuilding. And if you're ever at unease, please do find another platform to learn Hebrew from. We're serious here. We would welcome any good comments, questions, or highlights from you. Thank you for your understanding.
The great thing about the course it's humor, not seriousness. Reading Dov's unease with madness makes it funnier. :-) Yep, Duo makes a great job here, we all appreciate that.
Joel, you are not required to read comments. If you don't like them, just ignore them.
On one hand, I agree with Dov that it's better to say that someone has a positive disposition than that she or he is positive. I don't like labelling people. On the other hand, we learn here how certain words are used in real language, so such sentences are very useful. I often agree with your comments, Dov, when you say it's better not to judge people and not to use offensive language. On the other hand, I would like to know how the words are really used in Hebrew. I wonder if there is a way to have a cake and to eat it too ;-)
A girl with a "positive disposition" at least makes more sense than a "negative student", as in the prior exercise. To clarify, a person can't be positive or negative. It's only their personality that can be positive or negative. Or their disposition.