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Hebrew Key Phrase List

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I'm sorry.
אני מצטער. אני מצטער.
Ani mitsta'er.
אֲנִי מִצְטַעֵר.
I'm sorry.
Excuse me.
סלח לי. סלח לי.
S`lach li.
סְלַח לִי.
Excuse me.
Please.
בבקשה. בבקשה.
Bevakasha.
בְּבַקָּשָׁה.
Please.
Thank you!
תודה תודה (n) fem
todah
תוֹדָה
Thank you!
You're welcome.
על לא דבר. על לא דבר.
Al lo davar.
עַל לֹא דָבָר.
You're welcome.
Hello.
שלום. שלום.
Shalom.
שָׁלוֹם.
Hello.
Good morning.
בוקר טוב. בוקר טוב.
Boker tov
בֹּקֶר טוֹב.
Good morning.
Goodbye.
שלום. שלום.
Shalom.
שָׁלוֹם.
Goodbye.
Good evening.
ערב טוב. ערב טוב.
Erev tov.
עֶרֶב טוֹב.
Good evening.
No.
לא. לא.
Lo.
לֹא.
No.
Where are you from?
מאיפה אתה? מאיפה אתה?
Me'eifo atah?
מֵאֵיפֹה אַתָה?
Where are you from?
אתה נשמע בריטי. מאיפה אתה?
Ata nishma briti. Me-efo ata?
אַתָּה נִשְׁמָע בְּרִיטִי. מֵאֵיפֹה אַתָּה?
You sound British. Where are you from?
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What's your name?
מה שמך? מה שמך?
Mah shim'cha?
מָה שִׁמְךָ?
What's your name?
שמי פיטר. מה שמך?
Shmi piter. Ma shim'kha?
שְׁמִי פִּטֵּר. מַה שִּׁמְךָ?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
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How are you?
מה שלומך? מה שלומך?
Mah shlom'cha?
מָה שְׁלוֹמְךָ?
How are you?
Hi.
שלום. שלום.
Shalom.
שָׁלוֹם.
Hi.
Nice to meet you.
נעים מאוד. נעים מאוד.
Na'im meod
נָעִים מְאֹד.
Nice to meet you.
Congratulations!
מזל טוב. מזל טוב.
mazal tov.
מָזָל טוֹב.
Congratulations!
May I sit here?
אפשר לשבת כאן? אפשר לשבת כאן?
efshar la-shevet kan?
אֶפְשַר לַשֶׁבֶת כָּאָן?
May I sit here?
Where is the bathroom?
איפה השירותים? איפה השירותים?
eifo ha-sherutim?
אֵיפֹה הַשֵירוּתִים?
Where is the bathroom?
Yes.
כן. כן.
Ken.
כֵּן.
Yes.
Thank you very much.
תודה רבה לך. תודה רבה לך.
toda raba lekha.
תוֹדָה רָבָּה לֵךָ.
Thank you very much.
I'm fine.
אני בסדר. אני בסדר.
ani beseder.
אָנִי בֶּסֶדֶר.
I'm fine.
Good night.
לילה טוב. לילה טוב.
Layla tov.
לַיְלָה טוֹב.
Good night.
Good afternoon.
צהריים טובים. צהריים טובים.
Tsahara'im tovim.
צָהֳרַיִם טוֹבִים.
Good afternoon.
I'm (name).
שמי... שמי...
shmi...
שְׁמִי...
I'm (name).
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Monday at 3:58 pm
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Tuesday at 2:28 pm
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Hello Isabelle,

Thank you for posting.
If you’re looking for the feminine form of a word or phrase, please check out our free dictionary:
https://www.hebrewpod101.com/learningcenter/reference/dictionary/
The feminine form of the phrase you mentioned is among the results.

Let us know if you have any question.
Cheers,
Lena
Team HebrewPod101.com

Isabelle
Thursday at 7:21 pm
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Hello,

Since Hebrew is gender obsessed it would be helpful to give the feminine forms of the verbs as well. I reacted when I saw the phrase
אני מצטער.
That’s the masculine form. I believe it becomes
מִצְטַעֶרֶת
when conjugated in the feminine.
All the best,
Isabelle

Wednesday at 12:17 am
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Hi Matthew McCarthy

Thanks for posting!

You are right, I will forward it for fixing.

Thanks!
Roi
Team Hebrewpod101.com

Matthew McCarty
Saturday at 5:36 am
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The audio to נעים מאוד. is wrong.

Monday at 6:34 am
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Hi Lynn,

Thanks for commenting! Welcome to our lessons 😄

Yes, שמי פטר (shmi peter) is acceptable, and another correct version and a little more common is to use שמי הוא (my name is…)

With Lynn, the sentence will be “שמי לין” or “שמי הוא לין”. And no - לין (Lynn) has no “bad” meanings in Hebrew😄)

Enjoy learning Hebrew!
Yours,
Roi
Team Hebrewpod101.com

Lynn
Tuesday at 9:56 am
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Shalom! I am brand new here so have not figured out the Hebrew alphabet…yet! 😄
My question is: schmi peter is “my name is peter”, yes?
So how would a girl say “my name is Lynn”?

Also, does the word Lynn have any negative cognates in Hebrew?

Toda!
Lynn

Tuesday at 9:34 pm
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Hi Pedro,

סלח לי = excuse me, סליחה can be also used to say sorry (apologize).

Other questions - Yes and Yes😄

Yours,
Roi
Team HebrewPod101.com

Pedro
Friday at 4:36 am
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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

TAN
Friday at 1:30 am
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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??

Darrell Murdoch
Friday at 6:13 pm
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Please to meet you does not speak naim meod, the Hebrew script is correct though.