Modern Hebrew for Beginners - Greetings

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Welcome to this first lesson in conversational modern Hebrew for beginners.

 

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Shalom – Hello/Peace
Ani Diane – I am Diane (Ani ____)
Ma Shlomcha – How are you? (Masculine)
Ma Shlomech – How are you? (Feminine)
B’seder – Ok (I’m ok – Fine)
Toda – Thank you or thanks
Toda raba – Thank you much
Toda raba lecha – I thank you (Masculine) – I use when I am giving a lot of thanks…more formal
Toda raba lach – I thank you (Feminine) – I use when I am giving a lot of thanks…more formal
Bevakasha – You’re welcome
Lehitraot – Goodbye

The Hebrew course is now being offered in a new format – it is now an e-course, which you can sign up for below. You can also visit the Beginner’s Hebrew page here on the site for more information.

 

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My name is Diane and I am a wife and mom, a Jewish believer in Yeshua (Jesus) and yes, a blogger. I live in BEAUTIFUL Northwestern Connecticut and when I am not blogging, you will find me spending time with my husband and kiddos…or up in my craft room designing custom tumblers, making reading pillows or quilting! I am also an avid amateur genealogist and love researching my family history!

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