Celebrating 100 Episodes by Saying Toda / StreetWise Hebrew Podcast

Learn how to thank someone profusely and cynically in Hebrew.

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This is our 100th podcast episode, and it’s time to say, "toda raba," thanks so much for your support. This is a good opportunity to learn how to thank someone profusely and cynically in Hebrew.

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Words and expressions discussed:

Toda al ha-osher – Thanks for the happiness – תודה על האושר

Toda la-el – Thank god – תודה לאל

Toda le-X al Y – Thank someone for something – תודה למישהו על משהו

Be’emet toda raba – Thank you so much – באמת תודה רבה

Toda raba be’emet/ toda raba lecha be’emet – Thanks for nothing – תודה רבה (לך) באמת

Mamash/Hamon/Ma-ze toda – Thank you so much – ממש/המון/מה-זה תודה

Rav todot – Much obliged – רב תודות

Be-toda – With thanks – בתודה

(Be)toda me-rosh – Thanks in advance – ב)תודה מראש)

Asir toda – Grateful – אסיר תודה

Mode Ani – I thank – מודה אני

Ein anachnu maspikim lehodot lecha – We cannot thank you enough – אין אנחנו מספיקים להודות לך

Hakol nachon, ani mode ba-ashma – Everything is true, I plead guilty – הכל נכון, אני מודה באשמה

Lehodot be-mashehu – To admit to doing something – להודות במשהו

Ani ma-ze mode lach – I really thank you – אני מה-זה מודה לך

Ratsiti lehagid toda – I wanted to say thanks – רציתי להגיד תודה

Ratsiti lehodot lachem – I wanted to thank you guys – רציתי להודות לכם

Ma omrim? “Toda” – What do we say? “Thank you” – מה אומרים? "תודה"

Hodot le – Thanks to – -הודות ל

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