hamarat bhina

19:43 Dec 30, 2003
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Hebrew to English translations [PRO]
Hebrew term or phrase: hamarat bhina
in the context of testing accommodations (education).
Leah Aharoni
Local time: 07:28

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5Conversion exam
Alex Zelkind (X)
2 +1switching/exchanging exams



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switching/exchanging exams

Probably to do with having a choice of which exam to take

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agree  Eynat
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Conversion exam

Exam's transformation
Exam's transfiguration
Change of exam

Alex Zelkind (X)
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian

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neutral  Eynat: You are simply listing dictionary entries for hamara: what do these expressions mean?
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  -> I think that "transfiguration" is self-explanatory enough :) It's a change of exam, but I do not know what the exam consists of. So how can I tell you EXACTLY what does it mean? :)
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