These days, it seems as if everything is measured by ratings and rankings. So how do we rank something in Hebrew? Guy explains the root דרג which includes within it the Hebrew words for army rank, escalators and the highest echelons
The word להצליח means to succeed, but there’s much more to it than just that. In past tense, we use הצליח to compliment a baker on their delicious cake, the owner of a well-behaved dog and even a parent whose child is a sweetheart
Nothing pairs better with a hot and humid Israeli summer than מזגן. So what should we say to the taxi driver who’s got all the windows rolled down? And why did the temperature in our trains make national headlines?