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Israeli Restaurants Recommendation: “Morduch” Restaurant in Jerusalem Posted by on Oct 16, 2017

Morduch (מוֺרְדוּךְ) was born and raised in Jerusalem. He was a restauranteur, but was reluctant when his own son Yitschak (יׅצְחָק) came to him with the idea of opening their own restaurant (מִסְעָדָה).  Yitschak, who had just been released from the army, inherited the love of cooking from his father and wished to open his…

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Learn the Hebrew Fingers Names Posted by on Sep 25, 2017

Our fingers are ten little body parts with great importance. The thumb tells your kid ‟good job” from across the room; the second finger is for pointing; the middle finger expresses your anger; the fourth finger carries your wedding ring; and the pinky finger helps you swear to be there for a friend. Now, don’t…

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6 Lessons on Happiness from Israel, the 11th Happiest Country Posted by on Sep 4, 2017

The international 2017 Happiness Report ranked Israel as the 11th happiest country in the world. According to the Happiness Report, in the pursuit of happiness, the Israelis are not doing bad at all. A few years ago, an Israeli TV show decided to examine the aspects of happiness to find the way to be happy…

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5 Hebrew Mistakes that Even Native Speakers Do Posted by on Aug 21, 2017

Hebrew is an old language with long history and lots of rules and exceptions. For example, the language distinguishes plural from single and masculine from feminine. Hebrew also conjugates verbs and adjectives according to the pronoun, the gender and the tense. And all this according to scriptures from more than two thousand years ago. No…

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The Days of the Week in Hebrew Posted by on Aug 7, 2017

The Hebrew days are numeral. Their names are count off their order: the first day of the week is called first day, the following day is called second day, and so on for the next four days. The counting includes only six days. The seventh day of the week is the only one without numeral…

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