Standing In Front Of An Open BookSo many words, so little time!  It’s amazing, really, when you think about it-- according to Science Magazine (July 2007), we speak an average of 16,000 words per day!!

Thank goodness, that’s not 16,000
different
words per day.  And no . . . we don’t have 16,000 Hebrew words to review in shiur mispar esrim ve-shalosh.  But 300 is a lot . . . so let’s get going!

By the time we’re through with this lesson, you’ll remember:

  • Which Liat is more likely to eat for a snack at the beach--an artik or an ofano-a?

  • Where Eran would wear his beged yam--la-ir ha-atika or le-chof ha-yam?

  • Which type of sports match Jonathan would more likely see at the izztadiyon--kaduregel or matkot?
    And . . .

  • Which is the best way to learn Hebrew on the ‘net--Learn Hebrew Pod or Learn Hebrew Pod?

:-) yom nifla!