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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:
Hi Rose Obioma Aniagoh,
Thanks for posting! 😄
Thank you! you wrote a very well phrased sentence, and we're happy to hear your making progress! way to go!
Toda raba. Lamadeti kol kakh harbe bizkhutkha
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!
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
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 :)
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.
And again me:
I should have read previous questions and your answers! Sorry.
Hi, again me:
Thank you for coming today - today (hajóm) was left out in the Hebrew phrase ... ; )
Hi, here is my question:
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:
Toda schebáta. (male)
Toda schebát. (female)
Is that right?
Thanks for confirming ... or not! : )
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 ?