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Common Phrases

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I'm sorry.
אני מצטער. אני מצטער.
Ani mitsta'er.
אֲנִי מִצְטַעֵר.
I'm sorry.
Excuse me.
סלח לי. סלח לי.
S`lach li.
סְלַח לִי.
Excuse me.
Really?
באמת? באמת?
Be-emet?
בֶּאֱמֶת?
Really?
I don't like it.
אני לא אוהב את זה. אני לא אוהב את זה.
Ani lo ohev et ze.
אֲנִי לֹא אוֹהֵב אֶת זֶה.
I don't like it.
I like it.
אני אוהב את זה. אני אוהב את זה.
Ani ohev et ze.
אֲנִי אוֹהֵב אֶת זֶה.
I like it.
Awesome!
גדול! גדול!
Gadol!
גָּדוֹל!
Awesome!
Nice to meet you.
נעים מאוד. נעים מאוד.
Na'im meod
נָעִים מְאֹד.
Nice to meet you.
Where are you?
איפה אתה? איפה אתה?
eifo atah?
אֵיפֹה אָתָה?
Where are you?
You were right!
צדקת! צדקת!
tsadakta!
צָדַקֲתַ !
You were right!
How much is this?
כמה זה עולה? כמה זה עולה?
kama ze ole?
כַּמָה זֶה עוֹלֶה?
How much is this?
I'd like this.
אני רוצה את זה. אני רוצה את זה.
ani rotze et ze.
אֲנִי רוֹצֶה אֶת זֶה.
I'd like this.
Thank you.
תודה. תודה. (n) fem
toda.
תוֹדָה.
Thank you.
Good luck!
בהצלחה! בהצלחה! fem
beatzlaha
בְּהַצְלָחָה
Good luck!
How are you?
מה שלומך? מה שלומך?
ma shlomha?
מָה שְׁלוֹמְךָ?
How are you?
See you later.
נתראה אחר כך. נתראה אחר כך.
nitrae ahar kah
נִתְרָאֶה אַחַר כָּךְ.
See you later.
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Tuesday at 4:37 am
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Shalom Krystal!


Thank you for all your kind message! It's great you found it helpful! 😎

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Krystal Kryvoruchko
Tuesday at 2:52 am
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.תודה Helpful

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Saturday at 12:47 am
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Hi James,


Thanks for posting!


Great! that means you already have a nice amount of phrases in your vocabulary! glad we managed to teach you something though after all 😉😉


Yours,

Roi

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James
Sunday at 2:45 am
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See you later. That was a new one for me. I pretty well knew the rest of them.

HebrewPod101.com
Saturday at 7:58 pm
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Hi Katja,


Thank you for posting! we appreciate your participation and there are no silly questions 😉😉👍


Approaching someone in Hebrew correctly depends on two factors - gender and number (plural or singular). This is why we actually have 4 ways to ask "how are you" in Hebrew:


asking a female - "ma shlomekh?"

asking a male - "ma shlomkha?"

asking a group of females - "ma shlomkhen?"

asking a group of males - "ma shlomkhem?"


I hope that helps :)


Yours,

Roi

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HebrewPod101.com
Saturday at 7:54 pm
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Hi Andrea Eisenberg and Danielle,


Thanks for commenting!


Note that the gender of the speaker and the gender of the receiver are two different topics. Here, there's no problem in the phrase "ma shlomkha?" said by a woman. This is simply how one (woman or man) would ask a man "how are you?"


The gender of the speaker is important when talking about oneself - as in "I'm walking" - here, a man would say "אני הולך" (ani holekh) while a woman would say "אני הולכת" (ani holekhet)


Is this clearer now? Please let me know if a further explanation is needed 👍


Yours,

Roi

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Friday at 1:33 am
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Hi Margaret,

@Ruth,


We're glad to hear that you liked our vocabulary list!


In case of any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.


Sincerely,

Cristiane

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Margaret Becker
Monday at 9:56 pm
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Good revision. I knew all except the last two. Thank you for these messages.

Danielle
Monday at 5:45 pm
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you are so right Andrea!!!

Andrea Eisenberg
Monday at 3:37 pm
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They really need to have the proper gender The woman is saying ohev, when she would say ohevet. And two women saying Mah shlomcha when they would say Mah shlomech?