The Hebrew word for partner or flatmate is שותף, and its root ש.ת.פ is especially relevant when trying to get your social media posts to go viral. On this episode, Guy shares his linguistic expertise on all things shareable.
Most furniture from Ikea comes with assembly instructions. On this episode, Guy provides an instructions manual for the root רכב, which can be found in the word להרכיב, to assemble. No assembly required on this podcast!
Many things in life are complicated, including some people’s relationship status on Facebook. How do we say “it’s complicated” in Hebrew? And what saying do we use as something gets more and more complicated?
How do we say “I want to improve my Hebrew” in Hebrew? How about “improvements”? And what’s the connection to Shufersal, the popular Israeli supermarket chain? Guy explains on this episode of Streetwise Hebrew.
Israel has just won the Eurovision Song Contest thanks to Netta Barzilai and her incredible song “Toy.” Guy walks us through its Hebrew lyrics and reviews some of Israel’s past Eurovision winners.
What’s the Hebrew language connection between the following: a book chapter, devouring an entire pizza, and the Soviet Union’s breakup? Guy explains it all on this episode of Streetwise Hebrew.
Imagine this… you’re riding on a bus in Tel Aviv. Next to you is someone talking on their cellphone much too loud. How should you ask them to “keep it down”? Guy explains on this episode of Streetwise Hebrew.
This episode is about the root .ח.ט.פ, used in words like חטף (snatch), החטיף (beat up), and חטיף (snack). Why snacks? Guy explains this and more on today’s deliciously appetising episode of Streetwise Hebrew.
The root חב”ר is rich. It’s used in the Hebrew words for “composing”, “connecting”, “joining”, “adding”, and many more. In this episode, Guy explains this root and teaches us how to say the ever-important phrase, “I can’t connect to the internet.”
‘Meser’ is defined as message or theme, as in the ‘meser’ of a story, or the main idea behind the text. But it also relates to text messages and to tradition. Guy explains this and more on today’s episode.