streetwise hebrew

The Deal of a Lifetime

In Hebrew עסקים means business. Today, Guy talks about the root עסק and introduces other nouns we should know. Bonus: What do you do when you see an unfamiliar transaction in your credit card statement?

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Best Served Warm

The Hebrew word להגיש is a verb with several different meanings. Food, university papers and TV shows — these are all things we can להגיש

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My Sweetie Pie

In Hebrew, מתוק means sweet or sweetie. You might also hear מתוק used passive-aggressively by a person standing in a Tel Avivi line

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World Cup Hebrew Lingo

You’re home watching one of the most important football games in the world cup. Suddenly, your team goes on the offensive. What Hebrew words and phrases do you shout in order to help bring them to victory?

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I’m Warning You!

The words להזהיר and אזהרה are used to warn someone of something or someone. We have many expressions with אזהרה, including the saying, רְאו הוזהרתם

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Be Careful!

How would you warn a friend who is about to be hit by an electric bike speeding on the sidewalk? We would shout, !זהירות

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Show Me the Money

How could it be that we still didn’t dedicate an entire episode to the Hebrew word כסף, money? Let’s correct that wrong. Guy explains the slangy term for someone who is “loaded” with cash, and will also teach a special ‘blessing’ directed towards someone who stole from us

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Banking in Hebrew

Using banking apps in a foreign language is not the easiest thing. Guy is here to help

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Talk to Me at 7 A.M.

A Listener from Kansas City asked whether we use AM/PM in Hebrew. Here is the answer

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Oops, I Got It Wrong

How do we say, “Oops, I’m sorry, I must have dialed the wrong number,” in Hebrew? Guy continues to explain the root ב.ל.ב.ל, this time in binyan pu’al and hitpael

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