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Al SFat Yam Kineret - Gladys Gewirtz - Hebrew Playsongs (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Dara
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    Teaching Hebrew Using Israeli Movies With the continued expansion and progress of modern technology and media, we now have a larger set of tools to teach Hebrew than ever. Perhaps one of the most obvious such tools is through the use of Israeli movies to help us teach Hebrew in a more interesting and effective fashion.
  • Mazugami
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    Hebrew is usually referred to by Jewish people as Lashon HaKodesh (Lah-SHONE Ha-KO-desh), the Holy Tongue or Holy Language. Hebrew is mentioned in the Brit Hadasha in various places. For example, the inscription written over the Messiah on the cross was in Greek, Latin, and Hebrew (Luke ). Places had Hebrew names (John , Revelation ).
  • Gojin
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    גָּדַל verb grow up, become great (Aramaic גְּדַל (Ithpe`el), twist, twine, Arabic twist a cord, make firm, strong, become strong, so Late Hebrew) — Qal Perfect ׳ג etc. Genesis 14t.; suffix גְּדֵלַנִי Job ; Imperfect יִגְדַּל etc. Psalm 34t.; — 1 grow up.
  • Vugis
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    הָיָה verb fall out, come to pass, become, be (SI 1; SI 6 היה, ib 3 הית; parallel form of הוה, Arabic, Aramaic הֲוָא, ; see הָוָה above) —. Qal Perfect3masculine singular הָיָה Genesis +; וְהָיָה consecutive Genesis +; 3 feminine singular הָֽיְתָה Genesis +; הָיָ֑תָה Isaiah 3t.;.
  • Shakasho
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hebrew Playsongs on Discogs. Label: Menorah Records - MEN • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • .
  • Meztitaxe
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    Hebrew People was established from this background. VII Ministry locations and facilities. The central office of Hebrew People is based in Jerusalem, Israel, but Hebrew People also has regional facilities in Europe, USA and Africa. VIII Management team. The management team of Hebrew People consists of an executive as well as team leaders of the.
  • Kagagami
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    Original Hebrew Name: YAHUWAH. Clement transliterates into Greek: Later Theodoret & Epiphanius: Probably transliterating from Hebrew with "v": YAH VAH "From Latin v, which was at first bilabial (voiced like 'b' using the lips), but became labiodental (using the bottom lip to the teeth) in the 2d century A.D." 4 So, from the quote above, we learn that even in Latin the V did not come into use.
  • Mazusida
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    Hi — like hello — plus the -oosh suffix; the result sounds like ‘high-oosh.’ This is a cutesy ‘hi,’ heard more and more in Hebrew these days. Hi-oosh can be said at an entrance to a restaurant to a younger waiter or waitress, and usually he or she will smile back. Not everybody is into adding the diminutive -oosh suffix, however, as it’s considered teenage language.
  • Faek
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    Mar 20,  · Ex. That soup was way too salty, it was al ha-panim. Eize seret. Literal: Which movie. Slang: When you want to express something crazy that happened to you; you won’t believe this story or you won’t believe what happened to me today. 20 Hebrew Slang Expressions You Need to Know. Haval al hazman. Literal: Waste of time.
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