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2. You’re Welcome in Hebrew

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1 Introduction 2 Lesson Materials 3 Review Line-By-Line Audio Vocabulary Quizzes Vocabulary Flashcards
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Hello Rafael Arias,

Thanks! Don’t hesitate to ask us anything about the lesson. :smile:

Have a great day!
Erica
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avatar Rafael Arias

Great material, simple and contagious :smile:

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Hi Taylor,

We’re sorry for the mistakes and confusion. The Lesson Notes and Vocabulary with Expansion are now correct.

Please let us know you have any questions or comments.

Regards,
Paloma
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avatar Taylor

I agree with the request to check the vocabulary. The first letter is missing in several of the words, and it is confusing me. Thanks!

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שלום teran313

Thank you, It”s very good to hear!

Hope to see you back here soon,

LAYLA TOV!! (good night in hebrew)

Lenny
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avatar teran313

שלום(^o^)/
i managed this lesson(^^)v
but it’s 3:20a.m.(jst)
good night everyone(^o^)/…(_ _)zzZZZ

avatar denise

שלום
I agree with sonohan. And furthermore, when we do the writing tests, well, you have to write the words with “wong” letters I got a F because I wrote זה אין …instead of .ה .ין :sad:

avatar songohan

שלם.

Would you please review the writing of vokabulary in this lesson. There are many letters missing. So learning with flashcards and also premium content - always missing the same letters. for instance סדר / בסדר.

songohan

להיתראות

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Hi Empress,

Thank you for the comment.

b’vakasha means both please and you’re welcome. It depends how and where its used. usually when used as ‘please’ its at the beginning of the sentence.

BTW in Aramaic- the language used for many Jewish texts - there’s a different word for please : be-matuta. But it never entered modern Hebrew and can really be seen only in Jewish text written during middle age and before.

Thank you,

Meirav
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avatar Empress

b’vakasha means please, why does it say it means you’re welcome?

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