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Have you ever used any of these phrases? Which one was it? Please let us know in the comment section below:
P.S.; If you find yourself running late, be sure to use one of the helpful phrases that can be found in this lesson:
Thank you so much for this posting!
Yes, one could say "sorry for everything" as "סליחה על הכל" (slikha al hakol)
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Slicha for everything.I guess that covers everthing as saying sorry does indeed makes a person a person especially so when you take the other for granted.Courtesies are indeed ultra important.
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Thank you for this, it may come in handy someday.
Thanks for this lesson!
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You are 100% right :) good tip.
When in Israel with Sar El, we were taught to say סְלִיחָה for excuse me. Your tone of voice would tell how it is meant (sincere, sarcastic, apologetic, etc.).