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Let's Learn How to Say in Hebrew
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Let's learn how to say
'Carrot Juice' in Hebrew!
The Hebrew word for
‘Carrot Juice’ is…
Which in Hebrew is written like this:
The same as in English, this term is comprised of two words - Mizz which is Juice and Gezer, which is Carrot.
In English, we put the adjective before the noun. But in Hebrew we do the opposite, we first say the noun and then the adjective - Mizz Gezer - literally - Juice Carrot.
Let’s see what letters we use to write the word Mizz:
This word is comprised of a single syllable.
Syllables-To Dance I
This syllable is comprised of three letters: the first is the letter Mem which comes with the vowel sign - Chirik.
Let's see what letters we use to write the word Gezer
Syllables-To Dance II
The letter Gimel comes with the vowel sign - Segol.
This word is divided into two syllables. The first is Ge
Let's move to the second syllable: Zer
This syllable is comprised of two letters: the first is the letter Zayin, which also comes with the Segol and is pronounced Ze.
So how do we say
‘carrot juice’ in Hebrew?
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