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For the record, he fudged when asking "Yes, what do you want?" (ken, ma 'at ... atem rotzim?"), first starting the response in the singular (that's the 'at), then carrying on with the plural (atem), after they asked him if he knows any Hebrew.Helen8 wrote:The highlight for me was hearing him speak Hebrew. Thanks, thunder.
You all know the "shalom" bit, I think. Then he said "see you later" (l'hitra'ot) and "thank you very much" (toda raba).
Just figuring since you isaacettes are insane and need to know every single breath uttered by the man (said with affection and in common cause LOL) ...
Those interviewers were rather giggly/silly, weren't they.
well, you're right, never realized how much Hebrew he does know, but Angel love, what Jason knows is NOT enough to allow you to learn Kabbalah or whatever else you wanted to learn. I'm betting he can get around Israel just fine, but shouldn't be teaching a language class in Hebrew-try the Rosetta Stone if you really want to learn, or better yet, go to Israel and take an ulpan class, you'll be proficient in short time, stick with only Israeli speaking people who force you to speak Hebrew- you'll be amazed at how soon you'll out speak Jason's Hebrew! (of course, he has the accent down perfectly, like he does every language for every country in the world-the guy is amazing, I just don't get the sun burn, everyone I know there says it's been raining non-stop all winter) ln