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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Wednesday at 07:19 PM
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Hi Shelley,


Thanks for posting.


Yes, it might be that the romantization is a tiny bit different (I see they added 'h' at the end of many words that end with "ה"), but it's all correct. romantization is not an exact science and even though it's important that it'll be consistent, it's eventually just assisting for the correct reading of the Hebrew script.


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Shelley
Saturday at 06:26 AM
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Roi and Olga, Check under the grammar section in the pdf notes which is different from your romanization.

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Friday at 08:50 PM
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Hi Olga,


Thanks for commenting!


Nowadays, both mentioned versions are in use, while "ba'me" is considered a high language.

Can you direct me to where the error might be so we can fix it?


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Roi

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Olga
Saturday at 01:14 AM
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Is it "ba me'h or "be ma'h"? I am asking because the pronunciation is different from what is written in the voweled Hebrew.

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Monday at 09:18 PM
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Hi Wayne,


Thank you for posting!


We've very glad to know that you're enjoying our lessons !


Good luck with your Hebrew learning and please let us know if you have any questions.


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Wayne A. Detzler
Monday at 08:41 PM
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So helpful! Now I can say: "ani moreh!"

As a lifelong professor and sometime teacher at Yale of tech German, I am absolutely thrilled with these Hebrew lessons.

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Thursday at 03:41 AM
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Hi Kinneret,


Thanks for posting!


Ba'me and Be'ma are actually both correct, as you suspected :)

Bame is more official and old-fashioned though, and I believe that it's less in use in our days.


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Roi

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Kinneret
Thursday at 04:38 AM
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On the audio, the speaker pronounces "ba meh" ; the transliteration is the same on the Lesson Notes ; however, on the Vocabulary list it is written "bemah". From my days at Hebrew religious school, I would have pronounced it "bemah". Are both correct?

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Sunday at 06:50 AM
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Hi N Sheana,


Thanks for commenting.


Actually, the current translation is correct...

ספרית = female hairdresser

ספרנית = female librarian


Small difference in letters - big difference in life :)


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Roi

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N Sheana
Thursday at 03:37 AM
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ספרית is incorrectly translated as hairdresser, not librarian.