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en to want something   »   he ‫לרצות משהו‬

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

‫71 [שבעים ואחת]‬

71 [shiv\'im w\'axat]

‫לרצות משהו‬

[lirtsot mashehu]

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What do you want to do? ‫מ- -רצו?‬ ‫מה תרצו?‬ ‫-ה ת-צ-?- ---------- ‫מה תרצו?‬ 0
mah ---t--? mah tirtsu? m-h t-r-s-? ----------- mah tirtsu?
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? ‫ת-צ- לשחק כדור---‬ ‫תרצו לשחק כדורגל?‬ ‫-ר-ו ל-ח- כ-ו-ג-?- ------------------- ‫תרצו לשחק כדורגל?‬ 0
t-r--u---s-axeq k-durege-? tirtsu lessaxeq kaduregel? t-r-s- l-s-a-e- k-d-r-g-l- -------------------------- tirtsu lessaxeq kaduregel?
Do you want to visit friends? ‫-רצ- לבק- ----ם?‬ ‫תרצו לבקר חברים?‬ ‫-ר-ו ל-ק- ח-ר-ם-‬ ------------------ ‫תרצו לבקר חברים?‬ 0
t-rts- ---aqer----e---? tirtsu levaqer xaverim? t-r-s- l-v-q-r x-v-r-m- ----------------------- tirtsu levaqer xaverim?
to want ‫-ר-ו-‬ ‫לרצות‬ ‫-ר-ו-‬ ------- ‫לרצות‬ 0
l-r---t lirtsot l-r-s-t ------- lirtsot
I don’t want to arrive late. ‫אנ- -א-ר--- ל-ג----אוחר-‬ ‫אני לא רוצה להגיע מאוחר.‬ ‫-נ- ל- ר-צ- ל-ג-ע מ-ו-ר-‬ -------------------------- ‫אני לא רוצה להגיע מאוחר.‬ 0
an--lo --t-eh/ro-sa- le---i- -e'uxa-. ani lo rotseh/rotsah lehagia me'uxar. a-i l- r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-h-g-a m-'-x-r- ------------------------------------- ani lo rotseh/rotsah lehagia me'uxar.
I don’t want to go there. ‫אני -- רו-- --כ- -ש--‬ ‫אני לא רוצה ללכת לשם.‬ ‫-נ- ל- ר-צ- ל-כ- ל-ם-‬ ----------------------- ‫אני לא רוצה ללכת לשם.‬ 0
ani -o r--s---r---ah lalek-e---'-h--. ani lo rotseh/rotsah lalekhet l'sham. a-i l- r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-l-k-e- l-s-a-. ------------------------------------- ani lo rotseh/rotsah lalekhet l'sham.
I want to go home. ‫-----וצה----ת -בית--‬ ‫אני רוצה ללכת הביתה.‬ ‫-נ- ר-צ- ל-כ- ה-י-ה-‬ ---------------------- ‫אני רוצה ללכת הביתה.‬ 0
a-- -o-se-/-o-sa-----e--et h-b-it--. ani rotseh/rotsah lalekhet habaitah. a-i r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-l-k-e- h-b-i-a-. ------------------------------------ ani rotseh/rotsah lalekhet habaitah.
I want to stay at home. ‫אנ--רוצ--לה--אר ---ת-‬ ‫אני רוצה להישאר בבית.‬ ‫-נ- ר-צ- ל-י-א- ב-י-.- ----------------------- ‫אני רוצה להישאר בבית.‬ 0
a-i----seh--ot-a------s---er-bab--t. ani rotseh/rotsah lehisha'er babayt. a-i r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-h-s-a-e- b-b-y-. ------------------------------------ ani rotseh/rotsah lehisha'er babayt.
I want to be alone. ‫----רוצה-----ת ----‬ ‫אני רוצה להיות לבד.‬ ‫-נ- ר-צ- ל-י-ת ל-ד-‬ --------------------- ‫אני רוצה להיות לבד.‬ 0
ani-r---e--r-t-ah--ih-ot -eva-. ani rotseh/rotsah lihiot levad. a-i r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-h-o- l-v-d- ------------------------------- ani rotseh/rotsah lihiot levad.
Do you want to stay here? ‫א- - - -ו-- להי-א- ---?‬ ‫את / ה רוצה להישאר כאן?‬ ‫-ת / ה ר-צ- ל-י-א- כ-ן-‬ ------------------------- ‫את / ה רוצה להישאר כאן?‬ 0
a-a-/at-rotse-/r-t----lehis-a'er--a'n? atah/at rotseh/rotsah lehisha'er ka'n? a-a-/-t r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-h-s-a-e- k-'-? -------------------------------------- atah/at rotseh/rotsah lehisha'er ka'n?
Do you want to eat here? ‫א- /-ה ר-----אכ-ל כאן?‬ ‫את / ה רוצה לאכול כאן?‬ ‫-ת / ה ר-צ- ל-כ-ל כ-ן-‬ ------------------------ ‫את / ה רוצה לאכול כאן?‬ 0
a--h/at--o--eh/-ot--h --'e-h-------? atah/at rotseh/rotsah le'ekhol ka'n? a-a-/-t r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-'-k-o- k-'-? ------------------------------------ atah/at rotseh/rotsah le'ekhol ka'n?
Do you want to sleep here? ‫א--/ - רוצ- ליש-- -אן?‬ ‫את / ה רוצה לישון כאן?‬ ‫-ת / ה ר-צ- ל-ש-ן כ-ן-‬ ------------------------ ‫את / ה רוצה לישון כאן?‬ 0
at--/-t r--s--/-otsah---s-on k---? atah/at rotseh/rotsah lishon ka'n? a-a-/-t r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-s-o- k-'-? ---------------------------------- atah/at rotseh/rotsah lishon ka'n?
Do you want to leave tomorrow? ‫---/-ה----ה-----ב -ח-?‬ ‫את / ה רוצה לעזוב מחר?‬ ‫-ת / ה ר-צ- ל-ז-ב מ-ר-‬ ------------------------ ‫את / ה רוצה לעזוב מחר?‬ 0
a---/-- r--seh/-o--ah l---zo---a-ar? atah/at rotseh/rotsah la'azov maxar? a-a-/-t r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-'-z-v m-x-r- ------------------------------------ atah/at rotseh/rotsah la'azov maxar?
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? ‫-ת-- ה-ר-צ--ל---אר-ע--מ--?‬ ‫את / ה רוצה להישאר עד מחר?‬ ‫-ת / ה ר-צ- ל-י-א- ע- מ-ר-‬ ---------------------------- ‫את / ה רוצה להישאר עד מחר?‬ 0
a-a--at ---s-h/r-t-a---ehish-'e- -d ma-a-? atah/at rotseh/rotsah lehisha'er ad maxar? a-a-/-t r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-h-s-a-e- a- m-x-r- ------------------------------------------ atah/at rotseh/rotsah lehisha'er ad maxar?
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? ‫את - --רו-ה ---ם-א--החש--ן--חר?‬ ‫את / ה רוצה לשלם את החשבון מחר?‬ ‫-ת / ה ר-צ- ל-ל- א- ה-ש-ו- מ-ר-‬ --------------------------------- ‫את / ה רוצה לשלם את החשבון מחר?‬ 0
a--h/a---ot-e---o------e-ha-e---t-h-x----on ma-ar? atah/at rotseh/rotsah leshalem et haxashbon maxar? a-a-/-t r-t-e-/-o-s-h l-s-a-e- e- h-x-s-b-n m-x-r- -------------------------------------------------- atah/at rotseh/rotsah leshalem et haxashbon maxar?
Do you want to go to the disco? ‫א-ם-ר-צים לל-- לד---וטק-‬ ‫אתם רוצים ללכת לדיסקוטק?‬ ‫-ת- ר-צ-ם ל-כ- ל-י-ק-ט-?- -------------------------- ‫אתם רוצים ללכת לדיסקוטק?‬ 0
at-- -o-s-m l---k----l'dis--teq? atem rotsim lalekhet l'disqoteq? a-e- r-t-i- l-l-k-e- l-d-s-o-e-? -------------------------------- atem rotsim lalekhet l'disqoteq?
Do you want to go to the cinema? ‫א-ם-ר-צ-- -ל-ת-לקול-ו--‬ ‫אתם רוצים ללכת לקולנוע?‬ ‫-ת- ר-צ-ם ל-כ- ל-ו-נ-ע-‬ ------------------------- ‫אתם רוצים ללכת לקולנוע?‬ 0
at-m-r----m-l-l--h-----q-lno'-? atem rotsim lalekhet laqolno'a? a-e- r-t-i- l-l-k-e- l-q-l-o-a- ------------------------------- atem rotsim lalekhet laqolno'a?
Do you want to go to a café? ‫א---רוצ-ם ללכ--לבי- -קפ-?‬ ‫אתם רוצים ללכת לבית הקפה?‬ ‫-ת- ר-צ-ם ל-כ- ל-י- ה-פ-?- --------------------------- ‫אתם רוצים ללכת לבית הקפה?‬ 0
a-e--r-ts-m --lekh-t---be------a--h? atem rotsim lalekhet l'beyt-haqafeh? a-e- r-t-i- l-l-k-e- l-b-y---a-a-e-? ------------------------------------ atem rotsim lalekhet l'beyt-haqafeh?

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