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HebrewPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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Hello, Listeners! Let’s say ‘Thank you’ and ‘Your’re welcome’ in Hebrew!

Thursday at 9:19 pm
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Hi Martin Undheim Sandstad,

Thanks for commenting!

I believe you wanted to write ‘toda raba’ - תודה רבה
רעב is ‘hungry’… (:

Yours,
Roi
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Friday at 3:07 am
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תודה רעב
בבקשה

Melanie Duco
Tuesday at 4:42 pm
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Shalom! Toda rava hebrewpod!

Tuesday at 11:30 am
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Shalom Darrell,

Thank you for posting.
Yes exactly!
על לא דבר
It’s a very polite and kind expression.
Please use it when you get a chance. :wink:

Happy Hebrew learning,

Lenny
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Darrell
Wednesday at 8:33 am
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Al - lo Davar

Friday at 6:58 pm
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Hi Martin Shinedling,

Thank you for posting.
In the “lesson materials” section in this page, you can find the entire Hebrew vocabulary presented in this lesson written in Latin alphabet. You can find it under “line-by-line audio” -> “romanization”, and view an expended vocabulary list under “vocabulary”. I hope you will find it helpful :wink:

Keep enjoying Hebrew!

Sincerely,
Yaara
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Friday at 6:49 pm
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Hi Ron,

Thank you for posting.
This is indeed a typo. The word “za” in the sentence you are referring to in the lesson notes should be “ze”, so that the full sentence will look like this:
ze beseder, ein deagot!
Thank you for letting us know, we have already fixed it.

Keep enjoying Hebrew!

Sincerely,
Yaara
Team HebrewPod101.com

Martin Shinedling
Tuesday at 11:37 am
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It would help to have a phonic English word that I could read as I also repeated the phrase.

Thank you

Ron
Tuesday at 11:33 am
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In the lesson notes, Sample Sentences section, it has this sentence:
זה בסדר, אין דאגות
za beseder, ein deagot!
Should that first word be transliterated/pronounced “za”? Or should it be “zeh”? Is it a new word or a typo? If it is a new word, how are the two forms zeh/za related?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Tuesday at 5:39 pm
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Hello Linda engel,

Thanks for the comment. We will keep that in mind. Thanks for the suggestion too. :smile:

Have a great day!
Erica
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