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11:24 Aug 21, 2001
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO] Marketing
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 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
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
Michal Circolone United States Local time: 02:58 Native speaker of: English, Hebrew PRO pts in pair: 20