Guy teaches us about ‘tipa’ and ‘tipot,’ or drops and tiny drops, and all the ways we use them in our daily lives in Hebrew.
Guy talks about expressing irony, cynicism and sarcasm in Hebrew.
Guy talks about navigating shopping interactions, bargaining your way through sales, and understanding discounts in Hebrew.
The word eizé, “what a”, is used habitually in conversational Hebrew – Guy explains when and how to say it.
In this day and age, techie terms like “link,” “upload” and “search” are crucial to know.
What’s happened to Hebrew-speaking romantics in these days of Whatsapp, Facebook and Twitter? How do they convey their feelings in 140 characters?
Making your Hebrew sound truly conversational is an important but tricky skill. How do you start a new topic, for instance?
Now that the holidays are behind us, you will likely get asked ‘eich haya,’ or ‘how was it?’
TLV1’s Guy Sharett unpacks the root of the words ‘sukkot’, ‘sukkah,’ and ‘schach’ – that stuff that goes on top of one’s sukkah.
How do we say ‘become’ in Hebrew? Guy explains the forms of ‘nihya,’ which is the passive usage of ‘lihyot,’ or ‘to be.’