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And is a prefix, veh- which is is attached to a word. In classical Hebrew, the vowel can change, depending on the word it's attached to, making it va- vi- ve- or oo-.

Regardless of how it's pronounced, it's always spelled ו in Hebrew letters.

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a female says = ani kotevet (??? ?????)

a male says = ani kotev (??? ????)

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a male says "ani kotev et shmee"

a female says "ani kotevet et shmee"

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a female says = ani kotevet (אני כותבת)

a male says = ani kotev (אני כותב)

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