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Hi, everyone! My name is Yaara. Welcome to another episode of top Hebrew words and this episode is especially fun because today we're going to learn 10 Phrases You Always Want to Hear. So the first one is...
1.
צדקת!
(tsadakt!) "You were right."
I said it in the female form
צדקת!
(tsadakt!)
For a male, it would be
צדקת!
(tsadakta!) “You were right.”
I knew it. I’m always right.
2.
אני מתגעגעת אלייך
(ani mitga-aga-at elaikh) "I miss you."
This is a really interesting verb I think because it doesn’t exist in English.
In English, you say “I miss you” which is really nice; but in Hebrew, you have a special verb for this feeling of missing someone or something with
אני מתגעגעת אלייך
(ani mitga-aga-at elaikh)
For a male,
אני מתגעגע אלייך
(ani mitga-age-ah elaikh)
For a female, so I like this one, I mean with
אני מתגעגע אלייך
(ani mitga-age-ah elaikh)
3.
את טבחית מעולה
(at tabakhit meula) "You are an excellent cook."
For a male,
אתה טבח מעולה
(ata tabakh meule)
4.
את נראית נהדר היום
(at nir-et nehedar hayom) "You look great today."
For a male
אתה נראה נהדר היום
(ata nir-eh nehedar hayom)
5.
הבאתי לך משהו מיוחד
(heveti lakh mashehu meyukhad) "I brought you something special."
For a male,
הבאתי לך משהו מיוחד
(heveti lekha mashehu meyukhad)
6.
התקציב הוא בלתי מוגבל
(ha'taktsiv hu bilti mugbal) "The budget is unlimited."
This goes for all genders, yeah!
7.
.את המנצחת
(at ha'menatsakhat) "You are the winner."
Yeah, it’s always fun to hear it.
For a female, it would be
אתה המנצח
(ata ha'menatseakh) “You are the winner.”
אתה המנצח
(ata ha'menatseakh) “You are the winner.”
I wanna thank my parents and everyone that helped me get here. You love me! You really love me.
8.
יהיה בונוס בסוף החודש.
(ihiye bonus be'sof ha'khodesh) "There will be a bonus at the end of the month."
Yes!
9.
.עשית עבודה נהדרת
(asit avoda nehederet.) "You did a great job."
It’s always fun to hear it.
For a male, it would be
עשית עבודה נהדרת
(asita avoda nehederet)
10.
תודה, לא יכולנו לעשות את זה בלעדייך
(toda, lo yakholnu la-asot et ze biladaikh) "Thanks, we couldn't have done this without you."
For a male,
תודה, לא יכולנו לעשות את זה בלעדייך
(toda, lo yakholnu la-asot et ze biladekha)
These were 10 Phrases You Always Want to Hear. Thank you so much for watching. Don't forget to subscribe and we'll see you in the next video. Bye!
Hey! Here's a huge pile of money.

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Hi Renato,


Thank you for posting.


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Renato Morello
Saturday at 02:00 AM
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I like you Yara!!

Shelley Goldenberg
Saturday at 10:33 AM
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Please send the note below for editing. Thank you.

Shelley
Monday at 10:47 AM
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Thank you, Roi, so the first sentence has a typo. Would you please have your editing team make the gender corrections on elecha and Eliach. Thank you for improving your site.

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Monday at 02:18 AM
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Hi Shelley,


Sorry for the delayed response.


You're right, that was my mistake... “to you” when the person we are talking to is a female will be “Elaykh”, as you wrote correctly.


Yours,

Roi

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Shelley
Sunday at 08:02 AM
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Yes, that is the sentence, but I'm afraid that I don't understand. When we say shalom lcha or shalom lach, the gender changes . Why doesn't it change with Elich to become elehcha? It feels like it should. Thanks for your patience.

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Friday at 10:36 AM
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Hi Shelley,


Thanks for commenting.


You mean the second one maybe? "I miss you"? - אני מתגעגעת אלייך.

In the 2 following sentences, the speaker's gender does not matter.


"to you" when the person we are talking to is male will be "Elecha"

"to you" when the person we are talking to is a female will be "Elecha"


Makes sense?

Yours,

Roi

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Shelley
Friday at 01:40 AM
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Shalom, On the first sentence, I miss you. I understand the verb is different for male and female, but Why does the last word, "eliich", to you, jot show the male and female gender, "eliich and elecha"?