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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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Shesh in Nepali means that everything is finished.
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Yes, Thanks! כן, תודה
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Hi Steve Bryan and Rick,
Thanks for posting and for the feedback!
The 'connection vav' has 2 variations - "Ve-...", "U-...", "Vi-..." and "Va-..." according to the following word.
There are strict rules in Hebrew grammar about when each of these variants should be used, but in modern Hebrew, they go unnoticed very often, and "U" and "Ve" tend to be replaced... My guess is that this is what happened in this lesson as well.
My advice for you is to use as a default the "Ve" variant, as it is the most commonly used by native speakers nowadays, and the other variants in specific cases, where you're sure about the adequate variant.
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Thank you. Very nice lesson. However I'd like an explanation as to why U-shmone becomes ve-shmone etc. I understood the rule for shtayim and shmone were to pronounce vav as U. Has it changed?
Also, I'd like access to the offered pdf
Thanks for the wonderful lesson. I would like the bonus "Count to 1 Billion" PDF eBook.