Please,i need to clear me up.מדבר is the verb Speak. How do you pronounced this verb,and how do you pronounce it when מדברים means speak and "from things" Only context is diferent or the pronunciation too?.Sorry for my english gramatical or spelling mistakes,my native languaje is Spanish.From the spanish i don`t have any problem to understand this sentece or another like this.
Thank you for proposing the app Reverso, I didn't knew it. The app seems to be good.
Pronunciation are also available in Microstoft's Translator (App "Translator" or https://www.bing.com/translator). Actually the pronunciation in Reverso sounds the same like in Microsofts Translator.
I am using memrise too and I like to learn the Hebrew words this way.
There's been some discussion here about the English translation of this sentence, and I'd like to have another go at it! More precisely, I'm not questioning the translation, but I don't really know what this English sentence means. I can't think of a context in which I would say this sentence. What do other English speakers think? And Hebrew speakers, when would you say this sentence?
People will do what they need to do to survive. Most of us are fortunate to live in countries where we don't have to make that choice. I bet you a Jew in Venezuela would be happy to have elephant. My grandfather ate horse when escaping the Nazis. (Both French and Venezuelan citizens ate their whole zoos).
Venezuelans are eating their zoos, did you get that info from Forbes? I f you believe that report without tangible proof, I have a bridge in Brooklin for sale. As for surviving during tough times as my grand father did while escaping the Holocaust, it is irrelevant for us here. I do not believe the Venezuelan story by Forbes because I have family in Venezuela, and not one of them has reported anything like that.
If you were reading the NY Times during the Holocaust you wouldn't have found proof either. Facts actually don't care about your feelings. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-venezuela-animals/police-believe-thieves-steal-venezuela-zoo-animals-to-eat-them-idUSKCN1AW2NN
There's this new fangled invention called a search engine. Maybe you've heard of it?
Actually I have, I have also researched on ground. As I am a relief worker, travelling to distressed areas of the world. I also know by personal political persecution, how NT, Forbes, and such frame the news and history for the capitalistic consuming crowds, who rely on main stream media. Perhaps investigating and reading news from alternative media would shed some light. I come from a family long engaged in political activism. My father, and an uncle desappeared under Yanky supported militarism. And I become a political refuge for the same reason. So when I read the Times, Forbes, Fortune Magazine,, et all I take it with a grain of salt.