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Hebrew Word of the Day - door (noun)

Saturday, October 25th, 2014

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דלת (delet) door (noun)

האיש סוגר את הדלת.
Ha-ish soger et ha-delet.
The man is closing the door.

האיש פותח את הדלת של האוטו עם המפתח.
Ha-ish pote’akh et ha-delet shel ha-oto im ha-mafte’akh.
The man is unlocking the car door with the key.

הדלת סגורה.
Ha-delet sgu`rah.
The door is closed.

דלת קידמית
delet kid’mit
front door

דופק בדלת
dofek ba-delet
knock on the door

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Hebrew Word of the Day - north (noun)

Friday, October 24th, 2014

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צפון (tzafon) north (noun)

קנדה נמצאת צפונית לארצות הברית.
Kanada nim’tset tsfo’nit le’artsot ha’brit.
North of the united states is the country of Canada.

מצפן מורה תמיד על הצפון.
Mats’pen more ta’mid al ha’tsa’fon.
A compass always points north.

מצפן מורה צפונה
mats’pen more tsafona.
compass points north

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Hebrew Word of the Day - golf (noun)

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

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גולף (golf) golf (noun)

שחקן הגולף חובט קלות את הכדור לתוך החור.
Sach’kan ha-golf chovet kalot et ha-kadur le-toch ha-chor.
The golfer putts the ball into the hole.

האם אתה משחק גולף?
Ha’im ata me’sachek golf?
Do you golf?

האיש משחק גולף.
Ha-ish me’sachek golf.
The man is playing golf.

משחק גולף
me’sachek golf
play golf

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Hebrew Word of the Day - white (adjective)

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

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לבן (lavan) white (adjective)

הנעליים הן אדומות, לבנות ואפורות עם שרוכים לבנים וסוליה שחורה.
Ha-na’alayim hen adumot, levanot va-aforot im s’rukhim levanim ve-suliya sh’khora.
The sneakers are red, white, and gray with white laces and black soles.

הלוטוס הלבן צף על פני האגם.
Ha-lotus ha-lavan tsaf al p’nei ha-agam.
The white lotus is floating on the surface of the pond.

פרה שחורה ולבנה
para shkho’ra u-le’vanah
black and white cow

עז לבנה
ez leva’na
white goat

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Hebrew Word of the Day - explain (verb)

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

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הסביר (his’bir) explain (verb)

הפרופסור מסביר את הדיאגרמה.
Ha-profesor mas’bir et ha-diagrama.
The professor explains the diagram.

האיש מסביר את הרעיון.
Ha-ish mas’bir et ha-ra’ayon.
The man is explaining the idea.

הוא הסביר את זה בדרך מאוד ברורה.
Hu his’bir et ze be-derech me’od brura.
He explained it very clearly.

הפרופסור הסביר את הדיאגרמה.
Ha-profesor his’bir et ha-diagrama.
The professor explained the diagram.

תסביר את המעשים שלך
tas’bir et ha`ma`a`sim shel-kha
explain your actions

הסביר רעיון
his’bir ra’ayon
explain an idea

הסביר דיאגרמה
his’bir diagramah
explain a diagram

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Hebrew Word of the Day - shoe (noun)

Monday, October 20th, 2014

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נעל (na’al) shoe (noun)

הנעליים האלה היו יקרות, אבל הן היו שוות את זה.
Ha-na’alayim ha-elu hayu yekarot, aval hen hayu shavot et ze.
These shoes were expensive, but they were worth it.

גרביים ונעליים
gar’bayim u-na’alayim
socks and shoes

זוג נעליים
zug na’alayim
pair of shoes

נעלי טיפוס בצבע שחור וחום בהיר
na’alei tipus be-tzeva shakhor ve-khum bahir
black and tan climbing shoes

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Hebrew Word of the Day - delicious (adjective)

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

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טעים (ta’im) delicious (adjective)

האישה נהנת מפיצה טעימה.
Ha-isha nehenet mi-pitza te’ima.
The woman is enjoying delicious pizza.

הבשר מאוד טעים.
Ha-basar me’od ta’im.
This beef is very delicious.

הפיצה נראית טעימה.
Ha-pitza nir’et te’imah.
The pizza looks delicious.

פיצה טעימה
pitsa te’imah
delicious pizza

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Hebrew Word of the Day - grapefruit (noun)

Saturday, October 18th, 2014

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אשכולית (eshkolit) grapefruit (noun)

אמא שלי תמיד אכלה חצי אשכולית בארוחת בוקר.
Ima sheli tamid akh’la khatsi esh’kolit ba-aru’khat boker.
My mother always ate a half grapefruit at breakfast.

מיץ אשכוליות
mits esh`koli`yot
grapefruit juice

אשכולית שלמה ואשכולית פרוסה
esh’kolit shle’ma ve-esh’kolit pru’sah
whole grapefruit and sliced grapefruit

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Hebrew Word of the Day - one (noun)

Friday, October 17th, 2014

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אחת (achat) one (noun)

ישנן עשרים וארבע שעות ביום אחד.
Yesh’nan es’rim ve-ar’ba sha’ot be-yom ekhad.
There are twenty-four hours in one day.

שעה אחת
sha’a a’khat
one hour

מספר אחד
mis’par ekhad
number one

מעלה אחת
ma’a'la akhat
one degree

מספר אחד
mis’par ekhad
number one

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Hebrew Word of the Day - luggage (noun)

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

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מטען (mit’an) luggage (noun)

המטען מונח על עגלת המטען.
Hamita’an munach al aglat hamita’an.
The luggage is on a luggage cart.

מטען על עגלת המטען
mit’an al aglat hamita’an
luggage on a luggage cart

לנסוע עם מטען
linso’a im mita’an
travel with luggage

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