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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Hi Shelley Lynn,


I'm thrilled too (but not surprised)! Keep up the good work!


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Yaara

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Shelley Lynn
Sunday at 09:01 AM
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Thank you again for your patience and excellent explanations. So thrilled that I have a perfect sentence.

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Saturday at 05:37 PM
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Hi Shelley Lynn,


Thank you for posting. You are right, there are a few mistakes in the chart in the notes: "hayita" and "hayit" should be listed as verbs instead of adverbs, and "pa'amayim", "paam ahat" and "kama pe'amim" should be listed as feminine.

The word "pa'am" is not an adverb, but a noun. It's not very common, but there are Hebrew feminine nouns that don't have an obvious feminine ending. Here are a few examples of such nouns:

שמש - shemesh (sun)

באר - be'er (well)

יד - yad (hand)

כתף - katef (shoulder)

דלת - delet (door)


And for your sentence - It's perfect! Great job :thumbsup:


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Yaara

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Shelley Lynn
Sunday at 08:02 AM
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How many times were you in Jerusalem? I was in Jerusalem several times, but my friend was only there once .כמה

פעמים היית בירושלים? הייתי בירושלים כמה פעמים אבל החברה שלי היתה שם רק פעם אחת

Shelley Lynn
Sunday at 07:42 AM
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hello team, The voice recorder in the expansion has sentences for "Have you been" in reverse order. On the chart, hiita and hiit should be listed as verbs instead of adverbs and paam ahat should be listed as feminine to match "three times"


I see that paam is an adverb. The numbers used with it are in the feminine form and yet the word itself has a male ending. Is this a general word or a feminine word with an irregular ending?