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Hello, everybody! Idit here. Welcome to Hebrew Top Words, and today we’re going to talk about what adjective describes your personality best. Let’s start!
(bayshan) “shy”
הילד הקטן שלי מאוד ביישן.
(hayeled hakatan sheli meod bayshan.) “My little child is very shy.”
(savlani) “patient”
כשמחכים בתור חשוב להיות סבלני.
(keshemechakim bator chashuv lihiot savlani.) “When waiting in line, it's important to be patient.”
(menumas) “polite”
הוא תמיד אומר תודה ובבקשה, הוא מאוד מנומס.
(Hu tamid omer toda ubevakasha, hu meod menumas.) “He always says ‘please’ and ‘thank you.’ He's very polite.”
(matschik) “humorous”
התכונה שהכי חשובה לי בגבר היא שהוא יהיה מצחיק.
(hatchuna shehakhi chashuva li begever hi shehu yhie matschik.) “The most important quality for me in a man is that he will be humorous.”
I think, that’s, like, a common thing to say for girls, right? Maybe not too much because I’m kind of am.
(shakdan) “diligent”
אם אתה הולך ללמוד מתמטיקה באוניברסיטה, עדיף שתהיה שקדן.
(im ata holekh lilmod matematika baoniversita, adif shetihie shakdan.) “If you're going to study math in the university, it's better to be diligent.”
(yashar) “honest”
אנחנו לא נסתדר אם אתה לא תהיה ישר.
(anachnu lo nistader im ata lo tihie yashar.) “We're not going to get along unless you're honest.”
(navon) “clever”
לפעמים הבן שלי פשוט יותר מדי נבון.
(lifamim haben sheli pashut yoter miday navon.) “Sometimes, my kid is just too clever.”
Too clever! I don’t really have a son.
(armumi) “sly”
אומרים על השועל שהוא החיה הכי ערמומית.
(omrim al hashual shehu hachaya hakhi armumit.) “They say that the fox is the sliest animal.”
I don’t know, that’s how it is, like, you know, in kid stories and stuff, like they describe the fox as being sly. I don’t know, is it true, like, is it a sly animal? Maybe.
(payil) “active”
הוא תמיד אהב להיות פעיל במועצת התלמידים.
(hu tamid ahav liot pail bemoetset hatalmidim.) “He always liked being active at the school council.”
(adiv) “kind”
אני משתדלת להיות אדיבה לכולם.
(ani mishtadelet liot adiva lekulam.) “I try to be kind towards everybody.”
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Friday at 06:30 PM
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Which word or phrase do you like the most?

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Joan Pollack
Saturday at 05:40 AM
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I am honest and active

Tuesday at 09:58 PM
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Hi Carlos Fellip,

Thanks for posting!

Great job with writing the Hebrew phrase! You only missed one letter on the word "patient" - סבלני (not סבלי) 😅



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Carlos Fellip
Thursday at 01:45 PM
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אני חושב שאני סבלי.

Shelley Goldenberg
Tuesday at 08:40 AM
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lol Thanks Roi, Glad that the translations were good. I can't seem to spell in Hebrew just like my spelling in English.

But couldn't find the first two in the dictionary. Patient to patience and kind to kindness. From your corrections they both must end in "ut". Thank you again.

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Monday at 10:37 PM
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Hi Shelley!

Thanks for commenting! Great works! no translation errors - just a couple of typos -

Qualities - תכונות

Patience - סבלנות

Getting along - להסתדר

Students - תלמידים

wake up - להתעורר

Keep up the good work!



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Shelley Goldenberg
Sunday at 07:45 PM
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Important qualities for getting along is patience and kindness. התוכנות חשובות לחסתדרר הם סבלאנית ואדיבות

If you are in the student council then it is preferred that you will be polite. אם אתה במועצת הטלמידים עדיף שתהיה מנומס

I make an effort to wake up and go to work every day. אני משתדלת להתערר וללכת לעבודה כל יום