#255 You Can't Fire Me! I Quit!

from  Streetwise Hebrew

May 28, 2019

There is a small yet significant difference between the Hebrew words פוטרתי and התפטרתי which share the common root פ.ט.ר. The former means “I was fired” and the latter means “I quit.” On this episode, Guy covers all things פ.ט.ר, including the words for exemption, resignation, and dismissal. Listen to the All-Hebrew Version of this Episode   New Words and Expressions: “Ani putarti, lo hitpatarti” - “I was fired, I didn’t quit” - “אני פוטרתי, לא התפטרתי” Yesh hevdel bein ‘putarti’ le-ven ‘hitpat...more

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