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|English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: hello I am speaking hebrew|
|hi i need some stuff translated|
shaLOM, aNI m'dahBEHR ivRIT
ShaLOM, meaning "peace" is a general greeting.
anI is the first person pronoun "I"
The congegation presented is in the masculine form.
ivRIT is the Hebrew name for itself.
I'm not sure how progressive states are expressed in Hebrew. The above says "I speak Hebrew" and perhaps would lend itself to "I am speaking Hebrew".
Just a free alternative to a blank =)
Limited personal study of years ago, inspired by the prsence of many Hebrew speaking friends.
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