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  • elliesimms
    I might be interested as well. I ll have to decide if I ve got the time just now, before I really commit to this, but keep me in the loop if there s
    Message 1 of 14 , May 1, 2007
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      I might be interested as well. I'll have to decide if I've got the time
      just now, before I really commit to this, but keep me in the loop if
      there's announcements.

      -- ellie
    • Spyros Karalis
      Ok, Ellie, You see if you can join us. We will be in touch. Spyros elliesimms έγραψε: I might be
      Message 2 of 14 , May 2, 2007
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        Ok, Ellie,

        You see if you can join us. We will be in touch.

        Spyros

        elliesimms <elliesimms@...> ������: I might be interested as well. I'll have to decide if I've got the time
        just now, before I really commit to this, but keep me in the loop if
        there's announcements.

        -- ellie






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      • Terri
        Collation of Ivrit B1 Unit 8 story 2 on page 206 Next assignment: Review unit 08 and please write in comments or ask the group questions on the Unit. Upcoming
        Message 3 of 14 , May 2, 2007
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          Collation of Ivrit B1 Unit 8 story 2 on page 206

          Next assignment: Review unit 08 and please write in comments or ask the
          group questions on the Unit.


          Upcoming Schedule:

          Tuesday May 08 review Unit 08 (no written assignment due)
          Tuesday May 15 09-1 (1) pg 213
          Tuesday May 22 09-1 (2) pg 213
          Tuesday May 29 09-2 pg 226
          Tuesday Jun 05 09-3 pg 235


          # BT Bill
          # DD Dana
          # IO Ilana
          # RBV Regina
          # TI Terri

          ENG 1 BT The Gold and the burning coal
          ENG 1 DD The Gold and the Glowing Coal
          ENG 1 IO The Gold and the Embers
          ENG 1 RBV The Gold and the Ember
          ENG 1 TI The Gold and Ember


          ENG 2 BT A daughter of Pharoh took(brought) Moshe to the palace and
          raised him as her son.
          ENG 2 DD Pharaohs daughter brought Moses to the palace and raised
          him as a son.
          ENG 2 IO Pharoah's daughter brought Moshe to the palace and raised
          him as a son.
          ENG 2 RBV Pharoah"s daughter brought Moses to the palace and raised
          him as a son.
          ENG 2 TI Pharaoh's daughter brought Moses to the palace and raised
          him as a son.


          ENG 3 BT She loved the boy very much which she took from the Nile.
          ENG 3 DD She very much loved the boy which she had taken from the
          Nile.
          ENG 3 IO She loved him very much when she took him from the Nile.
          ENG 3 RBV She loved the boy much that she took from the Nile.
          ENG 3 TI She loved the boy very much that she took from the Nile.


          ENG 4 BT Pharoh also loved Moshe very much, and always and played
          with him.
          ENG 4 DD Pharaoh also loved Moses much, and he always played with
          him.
          ENG 4 IO Pharoah also loved Moshe very much and always played with
          him.
          ENG 4 RBV Pharoah also loved Moshe much and always played with him.
          ENG 4 TI Pharaoh also loved Moses very much and always played with
          him.


          ENG 5 BT Upon the head of Pharoh was a marvelous crown.
          ENG 5 DD On Pharaohs head was a wonderful gold crown.
          ENG 5 IO On Pharoah's head was a wonderful gold crown.
          ENG 5 RBV A wonderful gold crown was on Pharoah's head.
          ENG 5 TI On Pharaoh's head was a wonderful gold crown.


          ENG 6 BT The small Moshe liked to play with the crown.
          ENG 6 DD Little Moses loved to play with the crown.
          ENG 6 IO The little Moshe loved to play with the crown.
          ENG 6 RBV Little Moses loved to ay with the crown.
          ENG 6 TI The little Moses loved to play with the crown.


          ENG 7 BT (Mose) always took the the crown from the head of Pharoh
          and put it on his head.
          ENG 7 DD He would always take the crown from upon Pharaohs head,
          and put it on his head.
          ENG 7 IO He always took the crown from Pharoah's head and put in on
          his head.
          ENG 7 RBV Always he took the crown from Pharoah's head and put it on
          his head.
          ENG 7 TI He always took the crown from the Pharaoh's head and put
          it on his head.


          ENG 8 BT Once the magacians said to Pharoh: This small boy takes
          the crown from your head and puts it on his head.
          ENG 8 DD Once the magicians said to Pharaoh: "This little boy takes
          your crown from your head, and he puts it on his head."
          ENG 8 IO Once the magicians said to Pharoah, "This little boy takes
          your crown from your head and puts in on his head."
          ENG 8 RBV Once the magicians said to Pharoah: "this little boy is
          taking your crown from your head, and puts it on his head.
          ENG 8 TI Once the magicians said to Pharaoh: This little boy took
          your crown from your head and put it on his head.


          ENG 9 BT This is a sign that he will take your Kingdom.
          ENG 9 DD This is a sign that he will take your kingdom.
          ENG 9 IO This is a sign that he will take (away) your kingdom.
          ENG 9 RBV This is a sign that he will take your kingdom."
          ENG 9 TI This is a sign that he will take your kingdom.


          ENG 10 BT Pharoh was frightened and asked: What must I do?
          ENG 10 DD Pharaoh was frightened and asked: "What will I do?"
          ENG 10 IO Pharoah was afraid and asked, "What should I do?"
          ENG 10 RBV Pharoah was afraid and asked: "what will I do?"
          ENG 10 TI Pharaoh was afraid and asked: "What will I do?"


          ENG 11 BT The magicians said to Pharoh " Kill Moshe"
          ENG 11 DD The magicians said to Pharaoh: "Kill Moses."
          ENG 11 IO The magicians said to Pharoah, "Kill Moshe."
          ENG 11 RBV The magicians said to Pharoah: "kill Moshe".
          ENG 11 TI The magicians said to Pharaoh: "Kill Moses."


          ENG 12 BT Among the Magicians was one wiseman by the name of Jethro
          ENG 12 DD Among the magicians was a certain wise man by the name
          Jethro.
          ENG 12 IO Among the magicians was one wise one by the name of Yitro.
          ENG 12 RBV Between the Magicians there was one wise man with the name
          Jethro. Eng 13 RBV Jethro said: do not kill the boy; we will
          see if he truly knows what he is doing.
          ENG 12 TI Among the magicians was a wise one with the name Jethro.


          ENG 13 BT Jethro said:" No do not kill the boy" we will see if he
          really knows what he is doing.
          ENG 13 DD Jethro said: "Let us not kill the boy, we will see if he
          really knows what he is doing."
          ENG 13 IO Said Yitro, "Don't kill the boy; we will see if he really
          knows what he is doing."
          ENG 13 TI Jethro said: "Do no kill the boy; I see if he truly knows
          what he does.


          ENG 14 BT We will put two bowls in front of Moshe, one with gold and
          one with burning coals.
          ENG 14 DD We will put before Moses two bowls, one of gold, and one
          of burning embers.
          ENG 14 IO We will put before Moshe two bowls, one of gold and one of
          burning coals.
          ENG 14 RBV We will put 2 bowls before Moses; one gold and one of
          burning coals.
          ENG 14 TI We will put before Moses two bowls, one of gold, and one
          of burning coals.


          ENG 15 BT If he takes from the gold , he is smart and we need to
          kill him!!!
          ENG 15 DD If he takes from the gold-he is wise, and we need to kill
          him.
          ENG 15 IO If he will take from the gold - he is wise, and you need
          to kill him.
          ENG 15 RBV If he takes from the gold---he is wise, and you need to
          kill him.
          ENG 15 TI If he takes from the gold - he is wise, and you need to
          kill him.


          ENG 16 BT But if he takes from the burning coals --- a sign that he
          does not know what he is doing- And he will live.
          ENG 16 DD But, if he takes from the embers- it is a sign that he
          doesn't know what he is doing- and he shall live."
          ENG 16 IO But if he will take from the coals - it is a sign that he
          doesn't know what he is doing - and he will live.
          ENG 16 RBV But if he takes from the coals---it is a sign that he
          doesn't know what he is doing---and he will live.
          ENG 16 TI But, if he takes from the coals - it is a sign that he
          does not know what he does - he will live."


          ENG 17 BT The Magicians put in front of Moshe two bowls, and the
          small boy put forth his hand to take from the gold.
          ENG 17 DD The magicians placed before Moses two bowls, and the
          little boy stretched out his hand to take from the gold.
          ENG 17 IO The magicians put before Mose two bowls, and the little
          boy stretched out his hand to take from the gold.
          ENG 17 RBV The magicians put 2 bowls before Moses, the little boy
          stretched out his hand to take from the gold.
          ENG 17 TI The magicians put before Moses two bowls, and the little
          bo stretched out his hand to take from the gold.


          ENG 18 BT But an angel came down from Heaven, and guided Moshe's
          hand to take the coals.
          ENG 18 DD However, from the skies an angel came down and pushed
          Moses hands to the ember bowl.
          ENG 18 IO But from the heavens came down an angel and pushed Moshe's
          hands to the burning coals.
          ENG 18 RBV But from heaven an angel rose and pushed Moses' hand to
          the burning coals.
          ENG 18 TI But, from the heavens came down an angel and pushed Moses'
          hand to the coals bowl.


          ENG 19 BT The coals burned his hands and he put them in his mouth.
          ENG 19 DD The coal burned his hand, and immediately he put it in his
          mouth.
          ENG 19 IO The coals burned his hand and immediately he put it in his
          mouth.
          ENG 19 RBV The coals burned his hand, and from the hand he put it in
          his mouth.
          ENG 19 TI The coals burnt his hand and he immediately put it in his
          mouth.


          ENG 20 BT Moshe's tongue was burned and from this he had a heavy
          mouth and stuttering tongue.
          ENG 20 DD The tongue of Moses was burned, and from than on he had a
          heavy mouth and heavy tongue.
          ENG 20 IO Moshe's tongue was burned and from then on he was heavy of
          mouth and heavy of tongue.
          ENG 20 RBV Moses' tongue was burned, and fro the he had a heavy mouth
          and a heavy tongue.
          ENG 20 TI Moses' tongue burned, and from this he was heavy mouth and
          heavy tongue.
        • Terri
          Collation of Ivrit B2 Unit 3 story 3 Next assignment: Ivrit Shalav Bet Unit 4 story 1 page 89 (line by line uploaded to the files section) Due Next week:
          Message 4 of 14 , May 3, 2007
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            Collation of Ivrit B2 Unit 3 story 3

            Next assignment: Ivrit Shalav Bet Unit 4 story 1 page 89
            (line by line uploaded to the files section)

            Due Next week: Tuesday, May 8, 2007
            Send to: Terri Irmiter mail2terri@...

            Upcoming Schedule:

            Tuesday May 08 04-1 pg 89
            Tuesday May 15 04-2 pg 105
            Tuesday May 22 04-3 pg 111
            Tuesday May 29 05-1 pg 113

            # BCB Brian
            # RJK Robert

            ENG 1 BCB The Bones of Moses
            ENG 1 RJK The Bones of Moshe (title)


            ENG 2 BCB Moses asked G-d: Why are the bones of Joseph, who died in
            Egypt, buried in the Land of Israel, but my bones are not
            buried there?
            ENG 2 RJK Moshe asked G-d: Why are the bones of Yosef who died in
            Egypt buried in the land of Israel, but my bones are not
            buried there?


            ENG 3 BCB G-d answered: Who acknowledges his land (they will bury
            him) will be buried in it.
            ENG 3 RJK G-d answered: Who that acknowledges his land is buried in
            his land.


            ENG 4 BCB And who does not acknowledge his land will not be buried
            in it.
            ENG 4 RJK And who that soes not acknowledge his land is not buried
            in his land.


            ENG 5 BCB Joseph said to Pharoah that (they kidnapped) he was
            kidnapped from the land of the Hebrews.
            ENG 5 RJK Yosef told Pharoah that they stole him from the land of
            the Hebrews.


            ENG 6 BCB Therefore, his bones are buried in the Land of Israel.
            ENG 6 RJK Therefore his bones are buried in the land of Israel.


            ENG 7 BCB But you, Moses, when asked if you are a "man of Egypt,"
            were quiet and did not say "I am a Hebrew."
            ENG 7 RJK But, you Moshe, when (the people) said you were an
            Egyptian, you were silent and did not say "I am a Hebrew."


            ENG 8 BCB Therefore, your bones are not buried in the land of
            Israel.
            ENG 8 RJK Therefore your bones are not buried in the Land of Israel.
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