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Are any of these numbers similar to the numbers in your native language? Leave us a comment and let us know!
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That's right, these words are almost identical but 1000 has an extra "e", as you wrote. 😄
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Shalom. Karim Jolanda. The word for 1000, elef sounds like the Dutch 11, elf 😁
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I listened to it, and even though the speaker is highlighting a little too much the second part of the word "ve'Sheva", it is pronounced correctly. 😉 The script seems correct as well...
Hi Denise,rnrnThanks for commenting!rnrnI listened to it, and even though the speaker is highlighting a little too much the second part of the word "ve'Sheva", it is pronounced correctly. :)rnrnYours,rnRoirnTeam HebrewPod101.com
to me,it looks like number 77 has an error. The native speaker says "shivi'im v'shevah" and the print says "shivi'im v'sah-vah".
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In Hebrew, we have 2 sets of numbers - one feminine and one masculine.
אחת is the feminine number 1, while אחד is the masculine.
We use the masculine numbers to count male objects and the feminine for female objects.
Hope it's clearer now :)
Question. Why are there two words for the number 1: אחד and אחת? How do we know when to use which? Thanks.
Well done, 200 is ma'atayim in Hebrew.
is that similar to your native language?
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