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P.S., You can find more helpful phrases and sentences in the following lesson:
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Toda raba lamadeti kol kakh harbe. Morim kamokha lo kal limtzo! Atah tov meod.
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Toda raba! Ata hamora hachi tov ba'olam!
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Lamadeti kol kakh harbe bizkhutkha.when a person approaches eevrit with the quality then it seems all areas have to be covered from writing,reading,speaking and listening which means theres still a lot to learn and my only concern is that i wont be a forever student.Right now im in the dagesh forte,doubling dot especially with the gimel and its getting interesting.
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The phrase "Thanks for all your help" will be phrased simply as "Thanks for the help" in Hebrew (without the "all", and without assigning the "help" to the listener) - "תודה על העזרה" (toda al ha-ezra)
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How do you say " Thanks for all your help"?
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morim kamokha lo kal limtszo.Toda for expalining thanks needed for every occasion ,situation and circumstance and verstality is needed otherwise it would be rigid.Here,on teachers day i went up to the tibeatean plateau with a loaf of bread and dried fruits for the yoga teacher who gave a free workout on various exercises which was interesting.