#153 Life's little pleasantries

from  Streetwise Hebrew

Jan 3, 2017

'Nai'm' means pleasant, or nice. Let's learn all about pleasantness - Guy teaches us sentences with this word we use all the time, along with Hebrew names related to its root. Oh, and how do you greet someone who just got a haircut in Arabic? Words and expressions discussed: Kama na'im – How pleasant – כמה נעים Mezeg avir naim – Nice weather – מזג אוויר נעים Naim meod – Very nice (meeting you) – נעים מאוד Na'im lehakir/Na'im li meod – Nice meeting you – נעים להכיר/נעים לי מאוד Ze lo na'im li – I...more

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