How do you say confusion, a bother, a mess in Hebrew? And what does להיות בבלבלה mean?
Who’s last in line? You are? So I’m after you. Today, Guy explains the different uses of אחרון, meaning last or lately, including the saying, last but not least
What does this mean in Hebrew: חברים, רגע, אל תתפזרו לי. We use it to say, “let’s get back on track!” On this episode, Guy talks about all things that can scatter, including people and the fog.
The Hebrew word לפזר means to distribute, to spread, to dissolve, and is used in many different contexts including, לפזר את הילדים. Oh, and by the way, has anyone seen my phone?
The word לצעוד means to march. But it can also mean to walk or to advance. No wonder politicians love this verb!
Tens of thousands marched in this year’s מצעד הגאווה, gay pride parade, in Tel Aviv, which gave us a good excuse to talk about the Hebrew word מצעד and its root צ.ע.ד
The word מפריע means ‘bother’, and is used in polite sentences like, “סורי אם אני מפריע”. But politeness is not what you’ll find when searching for מפריע on Twitter. Guy explains
The Hebrew word להקפיץ means to cause something to jump. But how else can we use it?
The Hebrew word לקפוץ means to jump. But its root has many more uses than just that. For instance, there’s a common phrase that’s used to describe the actions of a person who has no shame: להשתין מהמקפצה
It’s not always easy to host people. It’s also important to know how to be good guests. Guy explains the secrets behind Israeli hospitality using the Hebrew root ארח