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סלח לי = excuse me, סליחה can be also used to say sorry (apologize).
Other questions - Yes and Yes
I have a few questions on these words.
slach li is it the same as slicha?
can bevakasha used in place of al lo dabar?
is lashevet an infinitive to sit?
Any help appreciated
Hi! I have a question that does not know how to answer? What is the difference between Ma neeshma ( נשמע מה?) and Mah shlomekh (מה שלומך?). Its mean: “How are you??
Please to meet you does not speak naim meod, the Hebrew script is correct though.
Hi Diane Ellison,
Thanks for posting!
I understand your trouble (I myself learn German and have this difficulty too…) I recommend listening to natural speakers as much as possible - and when it’s possible - reading out loud to train proper pronunciation…
I’m having a hard time pronouncing the “r” , “k” and “h” sounds. Are there any tips?
Thanks for commenting,
Glad you remember all these words! improvement in learning a language is slow but satisfying
All these are review for me.
Hi Just Me,
The phrase is “Tov lifgosh otcha” which literally means “good to meet you”, so that would be the word-to-word translation.
However, “נעים מאוד” (neim meod) is used for the same purpoe, and literally means “very pleasant”.
Hope it helps
Ok, so where it says in English “Nice to meet you” in Hebrew it reads “neim meod”. However, the voice says ” tov li goshacha” (or something similar). So which is it?