Please listen to me

Hebrew translation: see below

10:57 Aug 9, 2000
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: Please listen to me
Irrate customer who does not let me explain in order to make him understand the problem.
Marlene Fernandez
Hebrew translation:see below
Explanation:
Not an easy task, I am afraid...

If it's a man:
"bevakashah, takshiv li"
Pronunciation of bevakashah: the "e" is pronounced as the "e" sound in bed. The "a" is pronounced as the "a" sound in the word sun
li [pronounced as: lee]

If it's a woman:
"bevakashah, takshivi li"

Good luck!!!
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Laura Gentili
Italy
Local time: 17:04
Grading comment
I really appreciate your answer, especially so quickly. I am rusty on my hebrew and could not remember how to phrase this. Thank you soooooooo very much.

Marlene
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Explanation:
Not an easy task, I am afraid...

If it's a man:
"bevakashah, takshiv li"
Pronunciation of bevakashah: the "e" is pronounced as the "e" sound in bed. The "a" is pronounced as the "a" sound in the word sun
li [pronounced as: lee]

If it's a woman:
"bevakashah, takshivi li"

Good luck!!!


Laura Gentili
Italy
Local time: 17:04
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
Grading comment
I really appreciate your answer, especially so quickly. I am rusty on my hebrew and could not remember how to phrase this. Thank you soooooooo very much.

Marlene
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