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We’re airing pieces of the Skype chat host Guy Sharett had with some of our StreetWise Hebrew Patrons in January.

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

From one of his first episodes, Guy teaches us Hebrew phrases to communicate with our beloved partners. Happy love day!

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

On this episode, host Guy Sharett explains the word ‘believe’ and its Hebrew root – but not without a surprise celebrity guest.

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

On this episode, host Guy Sharett explains exactly what is going on in the Israeli brain when speaking English in seemingly curt, abrupt, and even rude ways.

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

How do you tell someone to “wait a minute” or “hold on a second?” Host Guy Sharett talks about one of the most popular words in Hebrew, rega, moment, but also “just a moment”.

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

Laredet, to go down, is the opposite of La’alot, to go up. But the root ירד has so many other meanings. Guy talks rain, movie downloads, mocking our friends, and some more raunchy topics. Rated explicit!

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

This week we’re celebrating 1 million downloads! We’re celebrating in Hebrew of course, talking about the root ‘hagag,’ חגג, and learning how to use it. The cake, by the way, was amazing.

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

Let’s learn all about pleasantness – Guy teaches us sentences with the word ‘naim,’ along with Hebrew names related to the root. And how do you greet someone who just got a haircut in Arabic?

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

The word “miss” has many meanings in English: You can miss a bus, a lesson, someone, the point, and more. But what about in Hebrew?

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LifestyleStreetWise Hebrew

“This is the way it is, there’s nothing you can do about it”, is something you hear a lot in Israel. Guy teaches how to use it, and similar expressions using the verb ’la’asot,’ to do.

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