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11:24 Aug 21, 2001
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing
English term or phrase: I want
in any sence
Bohle
Hebrew translation:anם rotsי or anם rotsב
Explanation:
Anם rotsי (if the subject is mascul.)

Anם rotsב (if the subject is femenin.)
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graci
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I'm a chilean tour guide in South America trying to learn hebrew because there's many people from Israel that came here every year, so I'm very glad to have your help .......
tov Toda lehitra'ot
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na +1Ani Rotzeh/Ani Rotzah
Michal Circolone
naanם rotsי or anם rotsבgraci


  

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28 mins
anם rotsי or anם rotsב


Explanation:
Anם rotsי (if the subject is mascul.)

Anם rotsב (if the subject is femenin.)

graci
Grading comment
I'm a chilean tour guide in South America trying to learn hebrew because there's many people from Israel that came here every year, so I'm very glad to have your help .......
tov Toda lehitra'ot
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57 mins peer agreement (net): +1
Ani Rotzeh/Ani Rotzah


Explanation:
If the person is a a guy, he'll say "Ani Rotzeh" in Hebrew (אני רוצה).
If it's a lady she'll say "Ani Rotzah"
(אני רוצה) - Though it's spelled the same in Hebrew, it is pronounced differently.
Ani= Alef Nun Yod
Rotzeh/Rotzah= Reish Vav Tzadik Heh

Good luck!

Michal Circolone
United States
Local time: 02:58
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in HebrewHebrew
PRO pts in pair: 20

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