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Exercise 14 Look at the map of northern Israel on p. 196. See if you can follow Peter and Maya’s route from their starting point in the kibbutz. The information is described in Peter’s letter above.

Language point Use of conjunctions Conjunctions join statements together to make single sentences. Conjunctions such as ‘and’ Â, and ‘but’ Ï·‡ combine two independent statements, while others such as ‘when’ ÷Î/¯÷‡Î or ‘because’ ÈÎ introduce dependent statements or clauses, indicating the way in which one thought relates to another: He sings solo. Everyone laughs

ÌȘÁ«ˆ ÌϻΠ.«Ï«Ò ¯÷ ‡»‰

When he sings solo, everyone laughs

ÌȘÁ«ˆ ÌϻΠ,«Ï«Ò ¯÷ ‡»‰ ¯÷‡Î We have already learnt a number of conjunctions, and you will be learning more as you begin to express more complicated ideas. Let’s revise those we have come across so far.

Exercise 15 Join the two statements together with the appropriate conjuntion from the list below. (Remember that she’ ÷ ‘that’ always attaches itself to the word it precedes.) although lamrot she’… because mipney she’…/ki

…÷ ˙«¯ÓÏ ÈÎ/…÷ ÈÙÓ

Example:

.ÛÒÎ ‰·¯‰ ‰Ï Ôȇ .‰˙Ó ÈÏ ‰˙˜ ‡È‰ .ÛÒÎ ‰·¯‰ ‰Ï Ôȇ÷ ˙«¯ÓÏ ‰˙Ó ÈÏ ‰˙˜ ‡È‰ She bought me a present even though she hasn’t much money.

Colloquial hebrew  

Colloquial hebrew: Easy and enjoyable lessons in Hebrew

Colloquial hebrew  

Colloquial hebrew: Easy and enjoyable lessons in Hebrew

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