Category: Days of the Week


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'Days of the Week' in Hebrew


'Sunday' in Hebrew
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"The Israeli work week starts on Sunday" in Hebrew.


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'Monday' in Hebrew
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"The bank is open on Monday until 7:00 in the evening" in Hebrew.


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'Tuesday' in Hebrew
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"Our supermarket has a sale on fruit and vegetables every Tuesday" in Hebrew.


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'Wednesday' in Hebrew
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"The play will take place on Wednesday at three in the afternoon" in Hebrew.


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'Thursday' in Hebrew
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"Thursday night the stores are open until late" in Hebrew.


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'Friday' in Hebrew
Click below to hear a native Israeli say, "On Friday I buy Chalot for Shabbat" in Hebrew.
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'Saturday' in Hebrew
Click here to hear a native Israeli say in Hebrew: "I (masculine) do not work on Shabbat," or "I (feminine) do not work on Shabbat."
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'Yesterday' in Hebrew
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'Today' in Hebrew
Click here to hear a native Israeli say, "Today was the tomorrow of yesterday" in Hebrew.
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