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Friday at 06:30 PM
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Listeners, do you have a gadget you can't live without? Tell us about it in Hebrew!

Shelley
Saturday at 12:29 AM
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Thank you, Roi. Great that my sentences are correct! For all you students out there-I use morphix and the 501 hebrew verbs book and google translate. I do the sentences on my own and then I doublecheck what I can and guess on the rest. I am hopeful that someday, this will all come naturally.

Thank you for explaining that sentence to me. " Before sleeping" must be an expression ending up as" before bedtime." The sentence translates the hebrew Yom as Night in the english. The sentence still works if you translate Yom as day in the english.

The verbs are hard in the vocabulary. I suppose the root makes the most sense because that is closest to the past tense. If you are familiar with the present tense of the verb then that comes easier than the root, but I also like to see the infinitive and that is not always presented in the lesson. However, if the focus of the notes is past and present, it makes sense to have that in the vocabulary as well.

This series is doing the pronouns, He , she and they in the past and present. Is there a series that do the other pronouns in past? Where can I find that? I am really appreciating this series since the tenses seem to be the most difficult part of the language.

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Friday at 07:47 PM
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Hi Shelley,


Thanks for your comments, I'll answer all in this comment -


- The sentence from the expansion is .אני גולש באינטרנט כל יום לפני השינה , it is ok, and in tight translation (word per word) is: I surf on the internet every day before bed-time.

"לפני השינה" is standing "before bed time".


- Your 4 sentences (wish SMS verbs) are perfect! great work! :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:


Keep up the excellent work!


Yours,

Roi

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Shelley
Sunday at 08:00 AM
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They text/texted on their mobile phones. הם מסמסים/ סימסו בפלאפונים שלהם


We text/texted on our mobile phones. אנחנו מסמסים /סימסנו בפלאפונים שלנו


They answer/answered their mobile phones. הם עונים /ענו לפלאפונים שלהם


We answer/answered our mobile phones. אנחנו עונים/ענינו לפלאפונים שלנו

Shelley
Sunday at 07:29 AM
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In the expansion sentence, "I search the internet every night before bed is essentially correct, but the hebrew says Yom or day and bed is usually mitah-I think you have the hebrew word for sleeping. please adjust.

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Tuesday at 11:17 AM
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Hello Benjamen,


We appreciate your comment!

Let us know if you have any question. :wink:


Happy Hebrew learning!

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Lena

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Benjamen
Monday at 12:59 AM
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I love the background music, it really helps me relax and take in the lesson! I have been very impressed with the work you all have put into this site!

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Sunday at 09:49 PM
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Hi Nabil,


Thank you for posting.

The word תשובה means "answer" (noun). The word עָנָה (ana) means answered (verb; like in "he answered the question" - "הוא ענה על השאלה"). The word ענֵה (ane) means "answer!" (imperative; like in "answer my question, now!" - !ענֵה על השאלה שלי, עכשיו).


I hope this answer is helpful :smile:


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Yaara

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Nabil
Thursday at 10:43 AM
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i need to know what the difference between "ענה" and "תשובה" ?,and when i can use each one ?


thanks

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Thursday at 05:26 PM
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Hi Foxy,


I hope you liked the lesson :wink:


Sincerely,

Yaara

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Foxy
Thursday at 01:46 AM
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I do not like the music