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Hi Jessica and Francesco,
Thanks for commenting!
These nationality are written and pronounced:
Brazilian (feminine): ברזילאית - Brazila'yit
Brazilian (masculine): ברזילאי - Brazila'yi
Albanian (feminine): אלבנית - Albanit
Albanian (masculine): אלבנית - Albani
Glad I could assist, enjoy learning Hebrew!
How do you say "albanian"?
Thank you for posting.
Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.
Thank you all very much for posting! I will try to attend all your questions -
@Jonathan Rutland - Australian = אוסטרלי ('Ostrali')
@Joan Comrie - Canadian = קנדי ('Canadi')
@Miryam - Chilian = צ'יליאני ('chiliyani')
@Ruth Johnston - Amerikani = אמריקני ('Amerikani')
@Ariane - Belgian = בלגי ('Belgi')
@Irene &@Irina - Sorry for not including the feminine versions. In order to make all of these nationalities to feminine, all you need to do usually is to add a 'ת' at the end of the word, to make it end with the sound 'it'. For example, 'Turki' (Turkish, masculine) -> 'Turkit' (Turkish, feminine).
At some other cases the feminine ending is 'yiah', as in 'Russian': 'Rusi' (Russian, masculine) -> 'Rusiyah' (Russian, feminine).
I will forward this issue as well in order to add the feminine versions to the lesson.
Nice to know, Philippine is included
What are the feminine versions, please?
טוב מאוד, אבל למה רק זכר?
😄 Very good.