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Vocabulary Lists Common Ways to Say Thank You
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Common Ways to Say Thank You

דרכים נפוצות לומר תודה.
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Thank you.
תודה תודה (n) fem
todah
תוֹדָה
Thank you.
Thanks for your kind words!
תודה על המילים החמות! תודה על המילים החמות!
toda al hamilim hachamot!
תּוֹדָה עַל הַמִּלִּים הַחַמּוֹת!
Thanks for your kind words!
Thank you for coming today.
תודה שבאתם. תודה שבאתם.
toda sheba'atem.
תּוֹדָה שֶׁבָּאתֶם.
Thank you for coming today.
Thank you for your consideration.
תודה על ההבנה. תודה על ההבנה.
toda al hahavana.
תּוֹדָה עַל הַהֲבָנָה.
Thank you for your consideration.
Thank you for spending time with us.
תודה שביליתם איתנו. תודה שביליתם איתנו.
toda shebilitem itanu.
תּוֹדָה שֶׁבִּלִּיתֶם אִתָּנוּ.
Thank you for spending time with us.
Teachers like you are not easy to find.
מורים כמוך לא קל למצוא. מורים כמוך לא קל למצוא.
morim kamokha lo kal limtzo
מוֹרִים כָּמוֹךָ לֹא קַל לִמְצֹא.
Teachers like you are not easy to find.
Thanks a lot!
תודה רבה! תודה רבה!
toda raba!
תּוֹדָה רַבָּה!
Thanks a lot!
Thank you for being patient and helping me improve.
תודה שהיית סבלני ועזרת לי להשתפר. תודה שהיית סבלני ועזרת לי להשתפר.
toda shehayita savlani veazarta li lehishtaper.
תּוֹדָה שֶׁהָיִיתָ סַבְלָנִי וְעָזַרְתָּ לִי לְהִשְׁתַּפֵּר.
Thank you for being patient and helping me improve.
You’re the best teacher ever!
אתה המורה הכי טוב בעולם! אתה המורה הכי טוב בעולם!
ata hamore hachi tov ba'olam!
אַתָּה הַמּוֹרֶה הֲכִי טוֹב בָּעוֹלָם!
You’re the best teacher ever!
Thank you for the gift.
תודה על המתנה. תודה על המתנה.
toda al hamatana.
תּוֹדָה עַל הַמַּתָּנָה.
Thank you for the gift.
That's very kind of you.
זה מאד אדיב מצידך. זה מאד אדיב מצידך.
ze me'od adiv metzidkha.
זֶה מְאֹד אָדִיב מִצִּדְּךָ.
That's very kind of you.
I have learned so much thanks to you.
למדתי כל כך הרבה בזכותך. למדתי כל כך הרבה בזכותך.
lamadeti kol kakh harbe bizkhutkha.
לָמַדְתִּי כֹּל כָּךְ הַרְבֵּה בִּזְכוּתְךָ.
I have learned so much thanks to you.
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Tuesday at 7:57 pm
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Which of these phrases did you like the most? Let us know in the comment section below!


P.S., You can find more helpful phrases and sentences in the following lesson:

https://www.hebrewpod101.com/2011/07/04/survival-phrases-1-thank-you-in-hebrew/

Tuesday at 6:50 pm
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Hi Mohammad AbuHait,


Thanks for commenting and for the great feedback! we appreciate it very much 👍👍👍


Hope you will continue to enjoy learning with us!

Yours,

Roi

Team HebrewPod101.com

Tuesday at 6:45 pm
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Thanks for the marvellous way of teaching, later I will need I a more help, time is so short for me but I will make it.

again thanks a lot and God's bless

Thursday at 3:55 am
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Hi gabriela meier and Mary Coleman


Thanks for commenting!


@gabriela meier -


Yes, you are 100% right, "Toda schebáta". is how you would approach a male, and "Toda schebát" a female.

Don't worry about posting! I'm always happy to assist, you can feel free to ask questions and post your answers or just try out writing Hebrew phrases 😄


@Mary Coleman -

Thanks for the good feedback! we're happy to hear you found the lesson useful and clear :)


Happy learning!

Roi

Team HebrewPod101.com

Mary Coleman
Saturday at 9:48 am
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I liked the first one (toda) because it's short and to the point, and more easier for me to pronounce and remember the meaning.

Saturday at 6:14 am
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And again me:


I should have read previous questions and your answers! Sorry.


Shalom,

Gabriela

Saturday at 6:12 am
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Hi, again me:


Thank you for coming today - today (hajóm) was left out in the Hebrew phrase ... ; )


Shalom,

Gabriela

Saturday at 6:10 am
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Hi, here is my question:

תודה שבאתם

Todá schebátem.

This is translated as "Thank you for coming".

This is the plural form in the past tense of "to come".


If I adress one person I would say:

תודה שבאת

Toda schebáta. (male)

Toda schebát. (female)

Is that right?


Thanks for confirming ... or not! : )

Gabriela

Max Lu
Wednesday at 9:45 am
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my question :

1: Israel primary school, they use nikud upto L4 ( in four years ).

2: Why not this words list follow the same basic principle to guide the beginners to learn hebrew language ?

Tuesday at 2:27 am
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Hi Anonymous,


Thanks for posting!


The translation of 'Thank you for coming' would be depending on who you're talking to:

to a singular male - תודה שבאת - toda shebata

to a singular female - תודה שבאת - toda shebat

to a plural male - תודה שבאתן - toda shebaten

to a plural female - תודה שבאתם - toda shebatem


Yours,

Roi

Team Hebrewpod101.com

Anonymous
Friday at 6:01 am
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how to say Thank you for coming.