Life has been good for Liat the past few weeks while she was in Italy with her dance company. Every day was full of tough decisions: Hmmm . . . which would be best . . . linguini or capellini? Or maybe something altogether different . . . penne! Then, of course, there was the whole “Chianti or Barolo?” issue to consider. It’s lucky for us that Liat decided to come back at all . . .
But we are very happy that she did. And maybe she is too . . . even though “real life” quickly rushed back in. So much to do, it’s hard to know where to begin . . . the bank, the supermarket, the post office . . . and, of course, preparing to record the conversation and all the prepositions in Learn Hebrew Pod shiur mispar arba-im ve-shalosh!
For Liat, though, Hebrew prepositions come naturally. And with her help (and Eran’s and Jonathan’s), soon they will for us too. By the time we’re done with Lesson 43--combined with all we learned in Lessons 33, 37, and 38--we will know almost all the prepositions used in Hebrew. Wow! We will be preposition ge-onim. (Ge-onim, ge-onim . . . do we know what that means?? Join us for Learn Hebrew Pod Lesson 43, and you certainly will!)
And Liat . . . perhaps the linguini tonight . . . with a lovely Barolo. A little bit of Italy right here in Israel!
Running to the bank, the post office, the supermarket... Whether you do your errands in English or in Hebrew, they are the stuff of daily life. Let’s see how quickly we can get them all done! (In Hebrew kamuvan)read more...