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Śiḥon lĕ-ʻinyĕné ha-ḥayim ha-maʻaśiyim ha-yom yomiyimʻim rĕshimat munaḥim ʻal-pi ha-a.b. ha-loʻazit
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Weinstein, Daṿid Tsvi
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Hebrew language, Post-Biblical - Conversation and phrase books
Hebräischen Sprache, Post-biblische - Unterhaltung und Phrase Bücher
שפת עברית - ספרי שיחה וביטוי

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Catalogued from cover.

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country 6let ihm provide himself 7guide 8m anners and customs 'sometimes
no small profit the caller 12the man he is caliing on 1'personally 1iat
the first meeting 15the announcement 1fito hls honse, lodgings 1'ring the bell
!8press the button 19earetaker 20speak 2 on busihess.
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^drawing-room 6some time 7refusing the visit 8he is travelling 9he is
engaged 10he will be at home 11drawing-room 12makes his excuses 13for
having kept me waiting 1*the affair which made me come and scc him
15the meeting lI band it to him 17regards 18ask after 19circumstances^
20health 21our common iriend.
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lodgings 4to assist me sby word and deed 6he prcsents me ,to his wife
8asks me 9to dinc with him 10if I should stay 11again 12object !?,private
14mention 1:lay before him 16business, matter 17a call on business 1*Situation
19alter having presented himselS 2Clerk 21secretary 22cashier 2'book-keeper
24conditions 35acceptable 26work,service 2'testimonials. 2?bearing witness
29trustworthiness 30diligence '1zeal 32line of business 33already proved myseli
successful 4as 33and hare gained my Chiefs esteem 36to gain his confidence
37at the first opportunity 381 shall do my best 39to show my gratitude.
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disturbing him H choose my words carefully 7and don't stay long 8I ask
fter are you fceling better 10opinlon Make my leave 2Visit to a friend
43ceremonial !good mornlng 1'good evening 15ask after ech other's health
1'excellent middling 19bad -0talk, cbat 2*introduetions 22allow me to intro-
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8by the petname of 9taller by a head 10university 11makes love to her
2marriage-broker 13suitable match.
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9a silver bag 10my future brother-in-law 11to talk to 12preparations 13cook
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6cousin ?childless 8in the flower of their youth 9J0r the good of his soul
10the deceased 11was deserted 12the stepmother 13childless 1*who is very fond
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;. 7pale 8lazy children 9slatternly 10dlsobedient, obstinate 11rough, rude 12cruel.
v to animals 13misdeeds 14son-in-law 15daughter in law 16father-in law and mother-
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V guests 41buffoon 42improvised verse 43jokes 44sarcasms 451ast not least
^46honeycake 47white frock 48bridal veil 4^crowned 50garland of lovely flowers
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the firstborn *1a dear child 12eve *3vigil 14father of the child ismidwife
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5obstinate child 6meddler 7spendthrift 8sweet-tooth 9penny *0rolls it 11to the
grocer's 12nuts 1*carob-pods 14dainties 15because of his sweet temper and
his flattery 16ordered 1Ta pair 18embroidered 19bag 20family festivity 21birthday
^many presents 23with best wishes 24eye-witness 2*death-throes 26altered
and terrible 27rung their hands 2weeping bitterly 29washing 30shrouds
31with a black cloth 32embroidered 33funeral 34men 3Ssmall children 36box
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our hands 4of the deceased 5days of mourning 6niarble gravestone ,are
engraved 8the noble benefactor 9may he rest in peace '0sudden death 11last
will 12in swaddling-clothes 13lying in his cradle 14was appointed guardian
15for the inheritance 18until their Coming of age "twins 18gave birth with
difficulty 19gynacologists 2"did their utmost "was put off 22signs of illness
United States of America,2 4bind up 25bill of divorce s3in tepid water
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your choice 5to her engagement 6durable 7and your wishes 8may be fulfilled
9wire of condolence 10wording 11in your .terrible sorrow, bereavement 1,2in
fruitful work 13for our crushed and afflicted people uher figure 15older
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*he is my age *old age came to me suddenly 6my hair grew grey 7there
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not dried up yet 9his eyes are undimmed 10he wants eyeglasses already
11fll 9f ltfe 12to guess from his intelligence 18of age uis already fit for marriage
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1thc lodgings 2the front 3is decorated with architectonle Ornaments 4storev
5balcony (>rooi 'attlcs 8tiles 9slinting 1flat '1lightnlng-rod '2that protects us
13eaves-gutter 14snow 15through the pipes 1"neckgutter "garret-windows
.18pours in 19they hang up (spread) 20the wet linen
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12corked bottles 13old wine 14under lock and key 15laundry 16our dirty linen
1718steps *9banisters 20lift 2*which is worked &by elactricity 23prCsses the bell
24skeleton-key and key 25nng 26hall 2?0n both sides 28copsists of a dozen
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^4panes 15in our bedrom 16blinds *7that you let down and draw up
1isbars- !9crarnps 2^handles 2*to fasten '*bars for airing 23to air 24you close
-2*furniture 26sofa 27upholstered chairs 28with oakum. 29covered with velvet
or damast 3*Hassels 31colooued 32floor 33parqueted 34parquetry 3Mnlaid
:36carpets are laid 37oil-paintings 38landscapes.
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play on 9ceiling *0chandelier !1with five clectric lamps *2windowsill 13fine
flowcrpots Hoak i5boards 16that can be taken to pieces !7put it together
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25glass 26jug 27SOap-dish 28glass, mirroj 29arm^chair 30stool 31basket-chair
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6there are lodgings of different kinds 7in palaces 8live in huts 9people who
are well off 10live in hired flats 11they hire 12rent to the land-lord *3quarter
14beforehand 1%) change his lodgings 16the lodgers 17furnished room lgto
bachelors 1910dger of a tenant 20for Service and cleaning 2!furnish 22dry
2^damp 24dark 251ight 26comfortable, roomy 27uncomfortable 2the hotel 29stay
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7that you will not refuse me 8with pleasure 9I shall do my best 10,11her arm
was dislocated 12put it in plaster oi Paris 13to move 14ever so slight (a mo-
as the eider ishousekeeping?1 vement) 15she will be cured 16as before
15housekeeper 20I own 21and am not ashamed 22spoiled me 23to put my
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6fuel 7suitable 8coal 9summer-kitchen 10winter-kitchen 11we burn 12lighting
a firc 13coal-box *4chips wood 1^splinters 16to shovel 17ashes and embers
ishcapcd i^soaked in oil 2to kindle 21wjth a match 22when the fire burns
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'turnips 8carrots ',black radishes 1"radishes lipare, pcel 12grate 13onions
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pick out 22lentils 23cracks 24nut-cracker 25Shell 26skin -kerncl 2sis used 29is
softened 30scales 31gills 32guts 33cut in pieces 34frying-pan 33put 36on the fire
(hearth) 37the sauce 38is made into jelly 39for flavouring 40pepper to pound
2mortar 43very fine 44remain 43com 46soluble 47and 10 mix it
thoroughly 48sauce 49stuffed fish 30skin 5'chop 52bread-crumbs 53mincemeat.
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remained in it 12for melting !3the melted fat 14after it has cooled *Hhe
gieaves Jiyou cut 1?with a sharp knife 18not blunt and not jagged 19into a
pot 20or into a saueepan 2*for roasting 22pan 230n the spit 24or into the
frying-pan 25you pour into it 26clear water 27Soup 28with flavour (spiee)
29pared persley-root 3**and put the pot 310n the fire-hole 32when the soup
boils -33and bubbles come up 34to take off the foam 3^with the foam-ladle
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(rotten, stinking) 15f0r garnishing 16you must prepare i7grated horseradish
ischop up 19white of a (hardboiled) egg 20vinegar 21pickled gherkins 22pickles
(sour dish) 28pill 24garlic 2^pepper 26llaurel-leaves 27the entree 28fried eggs
29boed hard 3<>and chopped up 3!with the chopper 32and mixed with fat
33stir up 34to an omelette 35a rotten egg 3^a drop of blood 37into the rubbish
38slt herrings 39anchovies 40dessert 41dessert 42sweets, confectionery 43com-
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hand Grolls them 20and kneads 21until they are firm 22rolls it 23with a
rolling-pin 24loaves 25plaited loaves for Sabbath 26of the kneaded pieces
27you can also form 28little cakes 29any leavings 30fennel 31caraway-
seeds 32or poppy-corn 33baking-mould 34you shovel out 3^oven-peel 3into
with a brown crust 38you take it out 89I must warn you3 the hot oven
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1'bread and butter 14rolls 15small loaves 16cracknel 17soft-boiled egg 18hard egg
19poundcake 20omelet 2*sausage 22smoked ,meat *3sweetened with sugar
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Hr white bread !'2entree 1'in jelly 1!chopped dough 15vcrmicelli lfia kind 0!
small dumpling 1'honey-cake 18soft-boiled meat 19soup made of beetroots
2cabbage 2'broth 22thick soup 23dumpiings 24pies 25frjtters, filled with meat
26rice 27mi!1ct 28fried onions 290melet 311stued cabbage, eabbage-pies
sitruffels 32chopped dough 83p0ppy-corn-cakes 4joint 85stewed meat 3f,steak
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8sit down ,thank you 10at a gulp 11drunkard 12at one draught 13he who
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19pickers and choosers 20weaklings, sybarites 21if you enyoy, like 22don't
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16soap 1'to soap and to rub 18for drying 1 use 19tovvel 2gymnastics
*1rinse 22brush 23brush 24toothpowder -cleaii 26every meal 87 toothpick
2of putrefaction 29do my hair 30to take care of 3!comb 32brush 33sometiraes
1 Shampoo them 34with eau de Cologne 3^shaving powder 36arrange my
moustache 37barber 33hair-cutiing 3^wraps me up in a combing-cloth
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*3l put on 14my hat 15greatcoat 16fur-coat 17lined gloves 18brushes off the
dust 19stains 20polishes 21 a monogram is sewed in 22Initials 23dandy
24stretcher 25pegs 26summer-suits 27overcoat 28waterproof (raincoat) 29dust-
cloak 30mountaineering clothes 31shabby ones 32lapels 33sleeyes 34coat-tails
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taste 10according to the tatest fashion and models 11cloth 12will not fade
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underskirt 11skirt 12bodice 13trimming 14lace 15embroidery 16beads
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of perfume 23curl 24frizz 25curling irons 26frontlet 21head-dress 28darken
their eyes with black paint 29make up their cheeks 30and their lips with
rouge and powder 31and put on 32frontlets 33hats 34trimmed with artificial
flowers 35with feathers 36with silk ribbons 3'with veils 38fastened 39pins
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and soap ^rinse *6pond 17scrubs it on a scrubbing-beard !8beats it 19with
the bath 20Spread it 21clothes-horse 22attic 23mangles it on the mangle
4irons it 25eye-glasses, spectacles 26sh0rtsighted and farsighted people
27long-handed eyeglass 281^(1^^8 people content themselves 29made of
tortoiseshell 3*,mother of peare 3*steel 32aluminium 33jewellery 34waistcoat
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10not fit for work 11because of their laziness 12state-officials and municipal
officilas !3belong 14the members of school- councils 1^notaries *6mayors
*7architects builders 18civil engineers 19upper revenue officers 20post-officials
2!foresters 22!esser (middling) officials 23Clerks 24copyists 25overseers
26cashiers 27police officials 28railway officials 29in several branches of work
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5deduct 6time of their abscnce 7factories 8thcir machines work 9by steam
1061ectrfcity 11gas 12wind 13spinning mills 14weaving mills 15dye-works
!6silk 17wool 18cotton 19linen 20cloth 21for furniture 22for preparing leather
23for tools 24porcelain 25for engine-building 26for boats 27for railwy cars
28air-ships 29bycicles 30soap-houses 31glass factories 32saw-mills 33wages
3*strike 35are not satisfied 36they stqpk£ off work 3'the objct of the strike
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7aud manufactured goods 8the publisher 9the banker 10the agent uto the
circle 12the wholesale merchant 13in retail 14in large quantities 15to the
merchants (shopkeepers) i^uttle by little 17to their customers 18artisans
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18boots 19shoes 20cobbler 21blacksmith 22frge, smithy 2^he glows, makes
redhot 24furnace 25forges 26anvil 27and with hammer and tongs 28the
desired tools 29strike the iron while it is hot sohammer sishoes 32wjth
horse-shoes 33COppersmith ^brass 35tinker 36fcettles 37frying-pans 38sauce-
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14cart.vright 15rack-waggons 16light carriages *7carts 18caps 19glazier
-20panes 2!and fastens them 22with putty 23builder 240f bricks 2^of stone
blocks and concrete 26plumb-line 27p!ane-iron 28boring-tools 29water-level
r -30stone-breaker 31stone-mason 32chisels 53and planes 34dyer 3&with dye
:3(5upholsterer and paper-hanger 37chimney-bilder 8sst0ve 39chimneys
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tracts *3proclamations 14business catalogues 1Sstonemason 16broom-maker
17brooms 18brushmaker !9bristles 2Opainter's brushes -21brushes 22mats-
23basketmaker 24wicker-work chairs 2^arm-chairs 26cane 27straw 28pump-
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32arts 33and they devote themselves to it and develop it 34according to their,
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14head-mistress 15female telegraph official 16female ticket-clerk 17shop-giri
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people 21milliner 22f10wer-seller 23female grocer 24home work 25dress-
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dress 31ironing laundress 32female compositor 33sick-nurse 34masseuse
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12comedies 13entrance fee uthe best and most expensive seats 15boxes
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6is unavailable 7the curtain smake up 9their parts 10on the stage 11they
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of the acts 1^or the scenes 17the pause 18into the relreshment room
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opponents 11with uproarious applause 12and with cries of: bis! 1^hoot
(whistle) 14with *divers opprobrious epithets isthat worship him 1^ballet
*7singers and dancing girls 18dancers on the tight-rope 19cinema 20with
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1balls 11coffee-houses and restaurants J£they convcrse and chat *3about
the events of the day !*dominoes 1*chess *6cards 17waiter i^tlp 19regulr
guest 2the recreations of brain-workers 21they enjoy themseives 22fine
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about 2*imitative arts 27plastic art 2*woodcutting 29painting 3ohealth
resorts 3*to spend the summer in the country 32amongst green fields
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put the neckiron)? 5I warned you 6to give up 7results 8recklessness and
tuin 9despair and suicide 10now everything I foresaw and foretold has
come to pass 11you complain 12you will not find my ears open, but deaf
to you 13blame 14like a latent illness that takes root 15the physicians cannot
lind the remedy 16being (child of man) 1Tthere is no way out 18fortune
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5such as yor never dreamt of 6he will pay all your debts 7lt is more thn
once thathehas abready made good 8to walk 9to step turn from **abandon
12you kill (rob) 13if I am saved in this extremity 14I sha'l not swerve a haSr's
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6when you are drowning in the river, you grasp at a straw 7postman
8the poor are followed by poverty 9while I stand at the brink of the
precipice, my ill luck follows me *obank 1*my lottery ticket *2has declared
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committee 8some leadcrs (doers^ 9confer *ofondatory meeting 11arranged
!2editing the regulations 13conduct 14proclamation *5fugitive pieces
^handbills 17every passer-by 18temporary committee 19the speakers 2<>all
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15divers discussions 16resohitions !"monthly contribution 1to 100k after
1is- 9duties 2vicepresidentcy 21secretaryship -2cashier's duty 23control
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5mixed choir 6recital 1solo with piano occompaniment 8duet 9living pictures
1Pflying post 11lottery *2!iterary evenings and political meetings 13entrance
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J7invitations 1sbdgei 19minutes, order of the day 20Opposition and
Tote of confidence 2"1criticise severely 22criticise and abuse 23and they
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27to vote their confidence 28his motives 29to Interrupt 3put \q the
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accompanies 9Opposition 10agitation !1their candidates 12telectoral contest
ensues 13to give them satisfacon 14devotion 15prosper and flourish
16gr0vernment prohibition 17for political rosons 18denunciation.


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in the absence of the defendant 10carefui "forced 1-aiiair in discussion
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:-; kitten L :-. T .'. ;-' --: T
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turtle P. Insects etc s ---: T 31 -: y salarpander scorpion sea anemone snake -: T common -T T toad tortoise see turtle A B : T btetle bee bug butterfly Y'!iiI 9 -: T ..:' c TT :. --. caterpillar cockroach cricket v F : rfr ant w T t5 T -: 1-v Y' 'fJ T T -:I 'fJ -T :r31 flea fly -, : -dragon : Ti stable : G T -, IQwworm & t"" grasshopper ; I ... L M p s T J

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196 .............. ................. ........... .............................. Friut and Berries A acorn 1 -: T L lemon loveapple almond apple -dog apricot IJ B -: T M marrow medlar water melo -sugar -yellow water mulberry banana :-". -T blackberry c o carob -, cherry -TT I orange sour -p chestnut cocoa:nut cranberry currant P 'o/ : : T pear pineapple pinecone pistachio plum raisin pomegra:nate D T : : F date o/ fig dried Q G gallnut gooseberry grape R 1 :' r :aisin . raspberry rowanberry H ut hazel 1 s john apple :-: strawberry olive peach quince

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