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English : On the holidays i walked on the beach with my dad and we collected shells to make a table with glass over it so you can see the shells

ביום החגים הלכתי על החוף עם אבא שלי ואנחנו אספנו פגזים להפוך שולחן עם זכוכית עלזה כך שאתה יכול לראות את פגזי : Hebrew

 



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1. Shalom – Hello

2.Ótobus – Bus

3. Mapá – Map

4. Rakévet – Train

5. Monít – Taxi

6. Be’hatslachá – Good luck

7. Bokér tov – Good morning

8. Kol tuv – All the best

9. láila tov – Good night

10. Na lehakshív – Please listen

11. Isrí li bevakashá – Please help me (asking a female)

12. Azór li bevakashá – Please help me (asking a male)

13. Kartís – Ticket

14. Óchel – Food

15. Shtía – Drink

16. Tiúl- Tour

17. Sherutím- Toilet

18. Ma hasha’áh – What is the time

19. Chanút – Shop

20. Mazkéret – Souvenier

21. Shmí – My name is

22. Ma shimchá – What is your name

23. Ish – Man

24. Ishá – Woman

25. Yéled – Boy

26. Yaldá – Girl

27. Mis’adá – Restauront

28. Tayár – Tourist

29. Aní – I am

30. Aruchá – Meal

31. Bóker- Morning

32. Tsaharáyim – Miday

33. Érev – Evening

34. Malón – Hotel

35. Moadón rikudím – Dancing club

36. Mehuchár – Late

37. Mukdám – Early

38. Shéket – Quiet

39. Bevakashá – Please

40. Todá – Thankyou

41. Éfo – Where is

42. Matái – When

43. Ech – How

44. Káma – How much

45. Slichá – Sorry

46. Át – You (to a female)

47. Atá – You (to a male)

48. Anáchnu – We

49. Telephon – Telephone

50. Kolnóah – Cinema

51. Rechóv – Street

52. Báyit – House

53. Kélev – Dog

54. Chatúl – Cat

55. Késef – Money

56. Lehachlíf – To change

57. Cóva – Hat

58. Mechashév – Computer

59. Béit cholím – Hospital

60. Michbasá – Laundromat

61. Shuk – Market place

62. Ámbulans – Ambulance

63. Mechonít – Car

64. Internét – Internet

65. Té – Tea

66. Café – Coffe

67. Poh – Here

68. Sham – There

69. Tachaná- Station

70. Mishtará – Police

71. Avodá – Work

72. Kissé – Chair

73. Televízia – Television

74. Rádiyo – Radio

75. Behechlét – Certainly

76. Tov – Good

77. Tov me’ód – Very good

78. Ken – Yes

79. Lo – No

80. Lo yadá’ti – I did not know

81. Slichá – Excuse me

82. Yom rishón – Sunday

83. Yom shení – Monday

84. Yom Shlishí – Tuesday

85. Yom revi’í – Wednesday

86. Yom chamishí – Thur

87. Yom shishí – Friday

88. Shabát – Saturday

89. Yom – Day

90. Brechát schiyá – swimming pool

91. Chenyón – Parking lot

92. Mizvadót – Luggage

93. Mitá – Bed

94. Ma’alít – Elevator

95. Itón – Newspaper

96. Rakévet tachtít – Subway train

97. Chultsá – Shirt

98. Michnasáyim – Pants

99. Na’aláyim – Shoes

100. Tachtoním – Underpants

101! Garbáyim – Socks

israel-map1Yellow = Israel

I chose to learn Hebrew because the majority of my family speaks it and i don’t. also because i was born there.

Another reason is most of my family also live in Israel so if i ever go visit i want to be able to speak there language.

I’m learning how to read and write in hebrew at home and speak it at school and i already know the basics so it will be easier  to learn more.

this lesson has taught me more words but not more of the culture since i was born there been there and go to all the israeli festivels.