"You are welcome!"
Translation:אין בעד מה!
What's wrong with ברוח הבא ? and doesn't בבקשה mean please ? Why does it show under the English sentence as an option ?
"You are welcome!" is what you say after somebody thanks you. ברוך הבא is just "Welcome" which is what you say to your guests when they get into your home. בבקשה means "please".
Why does בבקשה show under the english phrase "you are welcome " ? Does בבקשה mean both "please" and "you are welcome" ?
On top of those two, בבקשה is also used when serving as "here you go", or "here you are"
an easy way to switch between languages is to hold down the windows key and press the space bar. it will get you to lowercase english. just press the space bar kind of quickly. sorry if i am giving you information you already figured out.
Or start using Firefox with the Duolingo keyboard plugin, which does all the job for you..
In English you can say "Welcome" to someone, or You can say "you are welcome" after someone has said "Thank You" ..... The latter is more American though
In which situations do we say these phrases exactly?
בבקשה/ אין בעד מה / מוזמנים
I am having problems with the keyboard for this question in particular. I'm using firefox with the keyboard plugin and normally the computer automatically switches the keys to the Hebrew ones and provides a picture of a Hebrew keyboard on screen. For this question in particular I'm not getting the picture of the keyboard on screen and I haven't learned where each key is yet. What can I do?
if you are on Win10, start key, setting button, time and language and download Hebrew (not standard), after its downloaded, press the ease of access, new window will appear, press keyboard on left, turn on the onscreen keyboard. good luck-בהצלחה?
how do you pronounce this? I have had this exercise for some twenty times now but never with hebrew voiceover...
For any pronunciations you need, use Forvo.com. Here's a link pronouncing the above phrase: https://forvo.com/search/%D7%90%D7%99%D7%9F%20%D7%91%D7%A2%D7%93%20%D7%9E%D7%94/
nothing for what = you are welcome..... In German they say "please" OK, entirely new phrase here, for me!