​Why do we sometimes repeat the same word twice in Hebrew? Mashu-mashu,
gever-gever, for example. Today we’ll talk about reduplication in Hebrew
and… about Belize.

​Words we talked about:

​מָשֶהוּ-מָשֶהוּ
Sometimes written like this: ּמָשוּ-מָשו​
​גֶבֶר גֶבֶר​
מִשְפָּט-מִשְפָּט​
​חָבֵר-חָבֵר, אוֹ….?​

​​​​​Song: Yeled Ra

What’s written in the photo and what’s the pun? Check it out on our Facebook
page, where we can decipher it together.

 

Photo by: Zipa Kempinsky

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