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Hey, everyone! Welcome to Hebrew Weekly Words. I am Yaara, and today we’re going to learn about “Mammals”
יונקים
(yonkim)
1.
אריה
(arie) “lion”
אריה
(arie) is actually also a Hebrew name though we usually pronounce it
אריה
(arya)
2.
הלוואי שהיה לי אריה מחמד
(haleay shehaya li arie machmad)
“I wish I had a pet lion.”
Though not really because I’m sure it would have been really cruel.
3.
ארנב
(arnav) “rabbit”
ארנבים הם חמודים אבל מסריחים
(arnavim hem chamudim aval masrichim)
“Rabbits are cute but smelly.”
And so it’s true if you ever had a rabbit.
4.
דוב
(dov) “bear”
דוב
(dov) can also be a name.
לסבא שלי קראו דוב
(lesaba sheli kar'uu dov)
“My grandfather was named Dov.”
“Bear”
דוב
(dov)
5.
כלב
(kelev) “dog”
יש לי כלב קטן ורועש
(yesh li kelev katan ve'roesh)
“I have a small, loud dog.”
Is it true that small dogs are usually loud? It feels like it.
6.
חתול
(chatul) “cat”
I love cats and I love the word - the Hebrew word for “cat”
חתול
(chatul)
I feel it really conveys the essence of being a cat. And now I have a surprise!
זה החתול שלי
(ze hachatul sheli) Mmm-mm.
“This is my cat.”
Smoopy - his name is Smoopy, yes.
So that was the grand finale of this episode. We were talking about Mammals. Thank you so much for watching. Leave us a comment below. Don’t forget to check out the site and see you next week. Bye!
Psst, meow, pssss,psss, psss.

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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Which word do you like the most?

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Saturday at 06:29 PM
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Hi קנדרה,


Thanks for posting!


Yes, I agree, cats are the best ❤️️😄❤️️😄


Please feel free to let us know may you have any questions 👍


Yours,

Roi

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Wednesday at 10:35 AM
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My favorite part was the cat.

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Hi Jeffrey Sacks, Marcel and Mary Vavra,


Thanks for your comments!


@Jeffrey Sacks - haha yes he's cute! do you have a cat too?


@Marcel - sorry - I don't understand French, can you repost that in English, please?


@Mary Vavra - Thanks for sharing this... interesting. It true that when we create links in our mind to stories and memories information tends to "stick" better... a ginger cat in Hebrew is: חתול ג'ינג'י - Chatul gingi ('g' as in "ginger")


Yours,

Roi

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Mary Vavra
Wednesday at 06:02 AM
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I like the sound of the sentence about the black cat walking over the screen....my favourite of all is a few weeks ago...the tiger prowling round in the wood. But the Hebrew sound for R is very difficult for a foreigner to make. Lehitraot

Mary Vavra
Wednesday at 05:55 AM
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Dear Yaara.....For some reason I have been able to remember the words in this lesson better than in almost every other one (getting train tickets for Haifa being the other...maybe that’s because my husband is train mad and escaped Czechslovakia when the Russians invaded in 1968 with one pound in his pocket and a suitcase full of model trains,!!!) Shmooky is the star of the show. What is ginger cat in Hebrew.?

Marchal
Tuesday at 03:01 AM
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Court mais suffisant pour moi

Jeffrey Sacks
Saturday at 02:00 PM
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I love Shmoopi.

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Hi Craig,


Thank you for posting!


Should you have any questions, please let us know.


Sincerely,

Cristiane

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Craig Cary
Friday at 10:55 AM
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What an adorable young lady,since I am eighty years old ...maybe I should meet her grandma ?

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Hi Shelley,


Thanks for your answer :)


Yeah it's a common problem figuring out the "corrections"... I guess we just have to take more care ?

Actually I'm also not so sure where "dinner" came from, but I'm glad you got my meaning right!


Yours,

Roi

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