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Guy Sharett
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Going Tel Aviv and want to impress the locals? Here are 10 words in colloquial Hebrew that will show the crowds you’re almost a local.
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Many things 'happen' here in the Holy Land, which is why the root 'kara' - with all its derivatives - is so popular.
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Teomim, new podcast episode.

http://www.haaretz.com/misc/podcasts/1.668502
'Teomim' are twins, from the root תאמ. This Hebrew root is also used for things relating to matching, fitting, coordinating and more. Mat'im lachem?
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Sometimes we're just 'in basa' – in a state of annoyance, not really angry, but just bummed.
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You missed two words everyone is saying constantly: הלוואי and משיח
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How do you say 'have a nice day' in Hebrew?

http://www.haaretz.com/misc/podcasts/1.671776
How do you say 'have a great day' in Hebrew? It's not quite as simple as in English.
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How many times have you called a company or a bank and had to deal with ma'ane koli, or an automated answering service?
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At your service: From #toilets to #angels, we learn about the 'sherut' root

http://www.haaretz.com/misc/podcasts/1.667083
The Hebrew word 'sherut' means 'service,' but the plural – 'sherutim' – is more commonly used to mean something quite different.
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Teaching Hebrew in the streets of Tel Aviv
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When language meets the streets
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  • Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Hebrew Language
  • School of Oriental and African Studies
    MA in Southeast Asian Studies
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