Woman SneezingIt’s just no fun--getting sick and going to the doctor.  And it doesn’t matter how old you are . . . nobody, nobody likes to get a shot!  But it’s always nice to have good friends who make sure that you take care of yourself.  And that’s just what Jonathan does as he makes sure Liat and Eran find their way to the doctor.

No worries, though, in Learn Hebrew Pod shiur mispar shloshim ve-shalosh, we will still have fun while learning such “un-fun” words as Doctor With Lollipopsstuffy nose, cold, sneezing, allergies, and medication.  We’ll meet a special preposition unique to Hebrew--ezzel--and we’ll see that (unlike in English), a sentence in Hebrew with an indirect object
always includes a preposition.

And somehow we’ll have time for all this between Liat’s and Eran’s sneezes!  (Did you know that, in Hebrew, instead of saying “bless you” when somebody sneezes, we actually say “to your health?”)

Fortunately, Dr. Nimrod was able to prescribe Eran and Liat some medication to keep their colds from turning into something more serious . . . and most important, no shots!  So while getting sick isn’t fun, going to the doctor doesn’t have to be all bad.  If you’re good, maybe you’ll get a lollipop!  Here’s to your health . . . la-bri-ut!!