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Who Touched My Stuff!?

The word נוגע means touching and, just like in English, it has both a physical and emotional meaning. The root starts with נ, but in certain words based on this root, the נ disappears!

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That Date Was Somewhat Successful

The Hebrew dictionary says that מוצלח means “successful, accomplished.” But as Guy explains, מוצלח has some interesting nuanced uses that you really should discover

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I Am Sure You’ll Succeed

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

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Would You Turn On the Air Con?

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?

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Let It Simmer

What does the phrase תן לו להתבשל mean? As Guy will explain, we can use the verb להתבשל, which means to let something cook, not only when speaking about vegetables, but also about… people!

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Home Cooking And Assisted Goals

The Hebrew word בישול means cooking, but it is also used on the football field and in police investigations. Interesting, right?

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Transfer Me The Money

The Hebrew word העברה (ha’avara) means a transfer of something or someone, usually from one place to another. The transfer could involve money, digital files, and even… football players!

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Please Pass the Salad

The Hebrew word להעביר is a verb we use a lot. It helps us pass our fare in the מונית שירות, forward emails, transfer money, and even nudge our significant other to change the TV channel

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Your Time Is Up!

We pick up from where we last left off with the Hebrew root ע.ב.ר. And in this episode, we focus on verbs from binyan paal

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Transitions and Crosswalks

There is a lot of ground to cover with the Hebrew root ע.ב.ר., so we will dedicate the next few episodes to it. This episode is all about its nouns

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