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Introduction
Eric: Welcome to 3-Minute Hebrew Season 1, Lesson 24 - Offering an Invitation. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to invite someone out in Hebrew.
Body
Eric: First, you'll learn how to say 'Do you have plans on Friday night?' in Hebrew.
Yaara: [Normal] יש לך תכניות לשישי בערב?(yesh lekha tokhniyot le'shishi ba'erev?)
Eric: First is an adverb meaning 'there is’ or ‘there are'
Yaara: [Normal] יש [Slow] יש (yesh)
Eric: Next is the preposition meaning 'to you'
Yaara: [Normal] לך [Slow] לך(lekha)
Eric: Next is the noun meaning 'Plans'
Yaara: [Normal] תכניות [Slow] תכניות(tokhniyot)
Eric: Next is the noun meaning 'For Friday'
Yaara: [Normal] לשישי [Slow] לשישי(le'shishi)
Eric: Last is the noun meaning 'In the evening'
Yaara: [Normal] בערב [Slow] בערב(ba'erev)
Eric: Listen again to the phrase meaning 'Do you have plans on Friday night?'
Yaara: [Slow] יש לך תכניות לשישי בערב? [Normal] יש לך תכניות לשישי בערב?
Eric: Ok, now let's see the informal way to say 'Are you doing anything on Friday night?'
Yaara: [Normal] אתה עושה משהו בשישי בערב?(ata ose mashehu be'shishi ba'erev?)
Eric: First is a pronoun meaning 'You'
Yaara: [Normal] אתה [Slow] אתה (ata)
Eric: Next is the verb meaning 'Do'
Yaara: [Normal] עושה [Slow] עושה(ose)
Eric: Next is the noun meaning 'Something'
Yaara: [Normal] משהו [Slow] משהו(mashehu)
Eric: Next is the phrase meaning 'On Friday'
Yaara: [Normal] בשישי [Slow] בשישי(be'shishi)
Eric: Last is the phrase meaning 'In the evening'
Yaara: [Normal] בערב [Slow] בערב(ba'erev)
Eric: Listen again to the informal phrase meaning 'Are you doing anything on Friday night?'
Yaara: [Slow] אתה עושה משהו בשישי בערב? [Normal] אתה עושה משהו בשישי בערב?
Eric: Next, we’ll see how to say 'I'm going to the movies.'
Yaara: [Normal] אני הולך לסרט.(ani holekh le'seret.)
Eric: First is a pronoun meaning 'I'
Yaara: [Normal] אני [Slow] אני(ani)
Eric: Next is the verb meaning 'Go'
Yaara: [Normal] הולך [Slow] הולך(holekh)
Eric: Last is the noun meaning 'to a movie'
Yaara: [Normal] לסרט [Slow] לסרט(le'seret)
Eric: Listen again to the phrase meaning 'I'm going to the movies.'
Yaara: [Slow] אני הולך לסרט. [Normal] אני הולך לסרט.
Eric: Finally, we have the phrase 'Will you join?'
Yaara: [Normal] אתה רוצה להצטרף?(ata rotze lehitz'taref?)
Eric: First is a pronoun meaning 'You'
Yaara: [Normal] אתה [Slow] אתה(ata)
Eric: Next is the verb meaning 'Want'
Yaara: [Normal] רוצה [Slow] רוצה(rotze)
Eric: Last is the verb meaning 'to join'
Yaara: [Normal] להצטרף [Slow] להצטרף(lehitz'taref)
Eric: Listen again to the phrase meaning 'Will you join?'
Yaara: [Slow] אתה רוצה להצטרף? [Normal] אתה רוצה להצטרף?
Cultural Insight
Eric: Now it's time for a quick cultural insight.
Yaara: In Israel, the weekend is considered to be Friday and Saturday, not Saturday and Sunday. And don’t plan on going shopping on Saturdays! Most businesses, including public transportation, don’t operate on Saturdays.

Outro

Eric: And that’s all for this lesson. Don’t forget to check out the lesson notes, and we’ll see you in the next lesson!
Yaara: להתראות

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Hey Listeners! Can you tell us about your plans in Hebrew?

Shelley
Monday at 11:58 PM
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לשישי בדרך כלל אני מדליק את הנרות ,שותה יין ואומרת תפילות . לשבת אני הולכת לבית כנסת ובאחרי צהריים לומדת את העברית שלי For Friday, usually I light candles, drink wine and say prayers. For Saturday I go to synagogue and in the afternoon i study my hebrew.