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Very helpful. Todah raba! ❤️️
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Hi Corey McDaniel,
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In this phrase, the word "שנית" is functioning as "again" (literally - 'second' - as in "on the second time"). Therefore, to translate it properly to English we would probably go with "Masada will not fall again".
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I need to know how to say this.. שנית מצדה לא תיפול, so far I have it as Second Masada will not fall?
Thanks, I mean toda...lol
Ani Déannah.... I was wondering, and I can not seem to find the Aleph Beit that was mentioned in the lessons with Yanna. She said that there is a cheat sheet or a page in one of the tabs, I can not find it, please help. Thank you!
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The literal translation of "נעים מאוד" is simply "a big pleasure" (similar to "it's a pleasure"), and it involves no direct approach to the person. Therefore the answer is yes - it can be used regardless of the gender or the number (plural or singular) of the listener.
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Thank you for answering my last question. I have another one: Can נעים מאוד be used when speaking to either a male or a female? Or, does the phrase change depending on the gender of the listener?
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Hi in Hebrew will be just "היי" - it is borrowed from English.
Goodbye is "להתראות" in Hebrew, the literal meaning is "to be seen again".
Shalom can be used for both 'hello' and 'goodbye'.
I hope that's clearer now :) let me know if you have other questions.
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