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Wednesday at 06:30 PM
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Tuesday at 10:29 PM
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Hi Danielle,


On behalf of Roi, you're welcome!


In case of any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.


Sincerely,

Cristiane

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Danielle Rosenberg
Friday at 10:25 PM
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Shalom Roi,


Ha thank you!! 👍

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Thursday at 09:22 PM
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Hi Danielle,


Thanks for posting!


You were very close... 👍

The translation of "I want a wireless Hebrew keyboard" is: "אני רוצה מקלדת אלחוטית בעברית" - "Ani rotsa mikledet alchutit be'Ivrit".

Note: 'keyboard' (mikledet) is a feminine noun in Hebrew, therefore the adjective "wireless" is conjugated as "alchutit" - not "alchuti" (which is the male version...)


Keep up the great work - and enjoy learning Hebrew!


Yours,

Roi

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Danielle Rosenberg
Wednesday at 12:29 AM
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I wanted to know how to say I want a wireless Hebrew keyboard. Is this right? ani rotza mikledet alchuti Hivrit,kama ze oleh? How much does it cost?


Yom tov,

Danielle

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Friday at 12:42 AM
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Hi Matthew McCarty,


Thanks for your comment!


Yes, the first comment was unreadable... ?


Many words in Hebrew have shorter way to write them, especially when it's units such in this case:

דק' is a short for "דקות". On the videos we have both versions to get the learners familiar with this.


Hope it helps,


Yours,

Roi

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Matthew McCarty
Thursday at 12:38 AM
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Looks like my previous comment did not render right becasue I used quotes...


So here it is again, how come on some interfaces do they use דקי instead of דקות and other such things such as directions, etc?

Matthew McCarty
Thursday at 12:36 AM
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So how come on some computer interfaces, my iPhone example do they use "דקי" instead of "דקות" for minute? I notice they do this for the East, West directions and other such things.