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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?


Saturday at 06:44 PM
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Hi ayelet,

Thanks for posting your question!

Gender of objects plays a main role in Hebrew, and in this case, there are both a masculine "this" (זה) and a feminine "this" (זו / זאת).

Since "necklace" "מחרוזת" is a feminine noun, the appropriate version is the feminine, "zu".

I hope that's clear now, please let us know if you have any more questions 👍



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Thursday at 10:56 AM
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in the dialogue, sentence 5 (from the top) describes the neclace placement with the word HaZoo. why is it not HaZe?

thank you,


Danielle Rosenberg
Tuesday at 08:13 PM
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Shalom פדרו

I understand perfectly what you mean, I'm finding the lessons also very difficult for beginners. Maybe a tip you can use, I watch Israeli movies and series on Netflix and watch programs like the voice Israel on you tube. I'm not really a " the voice " person but I found it is quite easy to understand what they are saying. Hope this helps you 👍

Anyway tomorrow Purim Sameach so let's feast and be merry 😜

Yom tov,


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Monday at 10:35 PM
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Hi Teresa,

Thanks for commenting on this.

I understand it might be a little confusing, but the words listed in the vocabulary section are correct - שרשרת is another word for מחרוזת, and ממושך is "long" in the context of time (long time).

I will forward your request to add "פנינים" to the vocabulary. until then - "פנינים" is pronounced 'p'ninim' and means "pearls".



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Friday at 04:44 PM
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Can you check the words for "long" and "necklace" in the vocabulary section? The conversation uses different words than are listed in the vocabulary. It would also be useful to have the word for "pearls" listed.

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Monday at 12:48 PM
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Hi פדרו

Thank you for the feedback.

We'll keep it in mind, when developing new episodes!


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Saturday at 08:01 PM
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ִIf you are throwing me to the wolves, at least throw me to one wolf at a time. Make this exercise more פשוט ולאט יותר

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Friday at 12:34 AM
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Shalom פדרו

We appreciate your feedback.

With time your skills will surely improve and you'll be able to understand more of the conversations.

Please also check the additional resources for improving your skills:


And in case of any doubts, please let us know


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Thursday at 08:51 AM
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I have had access to this exercise sometimes when I use the daily dose app. My assessment is that I dont think it is useful for a beginning student like me. In the laptop device it can be better followed because we have the slow down utility here that can help to recognize some of the vocabulary utilized. To be sincere I think I recognized about a 5 percent of all the conversation this is a max percentage. The designer of this exercise should realize that beginners like me have access to hebrew conversations maybe at most once per week if I am lucky. I have attempted to listen to Israeli radio with the same success. I can comprehend a maximum to be lenient 5 percent of the conversation. I have noted though that it is better with my familiarity with the vocabulary but the speed which the conversation takes place limits my comprehension to at most 5 percent. Finally the lack of comprehension leads to a turndown. It is why I think this exercise is not useful or helpful for beginners like me.

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Tuesday at 09:57 PM
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Shalom Shelley,

Thank you for your comment.

Yes. יום הולדתה is basically a shortcut for יום ההולדת שלה but you could skip that and just say:

ליום ההולדת של בתי

As for keeping the original positioning of the words in the end of the last sentence, you could say:

.לכן קניתי סוכריה על מקל בשבילה במקום

Although this is not grammatically incorrect it's somehow sounds less native comparing to

.לכן קניתי לה סוכריה על מקל במקום

Happy Hebrew learning,


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