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Friday at 06:30 PM
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The next four lessons will focus on pairs of opposite words. Memorizing new vocabulary can be a painful process, but memorizing pairs of opposite words can give you super-memorizing-speed! Let us know how your Hebrew studies are going! :)

Shelley
Friday at 11:06 PM
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Thank you, Cristiane and Roi, Any thoughts on the second query about the passive form for opening and closing stores-the sentence is in the notes.

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Friday at 10:11 PM
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Hi Shelley,


About the word "race" - We can't actually use it as a verb in Hebrew, we'd just say "I ran"...


A race = מירוץ/מרוץ , you are right, it can be written in both ways, but I would favour מירוץ with a י as the word comes from "ריצה" - Running.


Hope it makes since, :smile:

Roi

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Friday at 06:40 PM
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Hello Shelley,


Thank you for your reply.


In case you have any further questions, please let us know. :wink:


Cristiane

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Shelley
Wednesday at 11:43 AM
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Thank you for your encouragement. I understand the corrections.

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Tuesday at 09:15 PM
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Hi Shelley,


Good work! let's do the usual procedure :wink:


She turns off/ turned off the television. . היא מכבה /כיבתה את הטלביזיה

:thumbsup: notice that we usually write TV as טלוויזיה


She turns on/turned on the video. . היא מדליקה /הדליקה את הוידיאו

:thumbsup::thumbsup:


They open/opened the gifts. . הם פתהים /פתחו את המתנות

הם פותחים = They open


They close/closed the windows. . הם סוגרים /סגרו את החולונות

:thumbsup: notice - windows = חלונות )singular is חלון - Chalon).


keep up the excellent work!

Roi

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Shelley
Friday at 02:18 AM
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I noticed that race has two spellings in this lesson., one with a yud. The one in the vocabulary-can that be used as a verb? i/e I race to the store. The one with the yud is used as a noun. Or are both acceptable spellings and can be used interchangeably?


The expansion sentences that talk about the stores opening and closing-I believe use a nifil verb because the action is happening to them rather than the simple open and close presented in this lesson. I have come across that lesson. Would you refresh my memory where I can find it again for review. Thank you.

Shelley
Friday at 02:03 AM
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She turns off/ turned off the television. . היא מכבה /כיבתה את הטלביזיה


She turns on/turned on the video. . היא מדליקה /הדליקה את הוידיאו


They open/opened the gifts. . הם פתהים /פתחו את המתנות


They close/closed the windows. . הם סוגרים /סגרו את החולונות

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Thursday at 09:26 AM
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Hello MSCH,


Thank you for the feedback. We do have the English translations in the 'Lesson Notes'. Please have a look at them if you are a member.


We would try to include the English in the video itself when we develop new video lesson. Thank you for the suggestion!


Cheers,

Neha

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MSCH
Tuesday at 11:43 PM
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Please leave a traslation in english of the pictures, many of them can have different meanings:roll: