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Let’s talk about trains in Hebrew. What’s the root of rakevet, how is it related to horse riding and what do we call the Jerusalem Light rail in Hebrew and in Arabic?

 

Words and expressions:

专址讻旨侄讘侄转

专址讻旨侄讘侄转 拽址诇旨指讛

讛指专址讻旨侄讘侄转 讛址拽旨址诇旨指讛

拽指专讜止谉 砖指拽值讟

诇执专职讻旨讜止讘 注址诇 讗讜止驻址谞址讬执诐

谞指住址注转执讬 讘旨指专址讻旨侄讘侄转

专讜止讻值讘 注址诇 住讜旨住

专职讻执讬讘指讛 注址诇 住讜旨住执讬诐

专侄讻侄讘

拽址讟旨指专

拽执讟指讗专 讗诇 拽讜旨讚住 讗诇 讞指’驻执讬祝 賯胤丕乇 丕賱賯丿爻 丕賱禺賮賷賮 Qitar al Quds al khafif

拽执讬讟讜止专

 

Israel Railways announcement

Sound from the Jerusalem LRT

 

Song:

Danny Robas – Rakavot 68-80-88

Check out the lyrics here.

 

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