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The difference between "shmi" and "ani" is simple - just like in English, you could introduce yourself in a few ways:
shmi = my name (is)...
Ani = I am...
Hope it's clear now :)
What is the difference beteween "shmi" "ani" for I'm??
When I use it in both cases..
Hi James ,
Thanks for commenting!
Well, as a default, Hebrew is usually taught in the early stages using mostly the singular masculine form, as this is the basic form of all verbs and most words, but I can assure you that the feminine case isn't going to go unattended 😄, it'll be explained in detail over the next lessons.
Hope you will continue to enjoy learning with us!
😎 Why isn't the phrase for, "How are you?" to a female not included?
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Hi Anita Vaughn,
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Thank you for having this available for free. We are saving to take my 78 year old mother to Israel next year. I want to learn Hebrew so we can get around but I'd also like to read Biblical manuscripts from the Hebrew texts. I appreciate this very much.
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