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English Language

I have a degree in linguistics, which a strong background in English.

Languages and Cultures

I have a degree in linguistics, and I have studied more than 20 languages. Languages are also a hobby for me.

Translations

I have a degree in linguistics, and I have studied more than 20 languages. Languages are also a hobby for me.

Grammar

I have a degree in linguistics, which a strong background in English.

Word and Phrase Origins

I have a degree in linguistics, which a strong background in English.

Definitions

I have a degree in linguistics, which a strong background in English.

English to Hebrew

I studied both modern Hebrew and Biblical Hebrew for many years in high school and college. I also lived in Israel.

Names and Name Meanings

I have a degree in linguistics, and I have studied more than 20 languages. Name meanings has always been a hobby for me.

Hebrew to English

I studied both modern Hebrew and Biblical Hebrew for many years in high school and college. I also lived in Israel.

Non-English Names Pronunciation

I have a degree in linguistics with limited knowledge on names. I won't answer any question that's outside the scope of my education.

Accents and Dialects

I have a degree in linguistics, which a strong background in English.

French Language and Culture

I worked as a French translator for 5 years at a bank.

Italian Language and Culture

I worked as an Italian translator for 5 years at a bank.

Spanish Language and Culture

I have a degree in Linguistics, and I studied Spanish for 10 years from middle school to college

Portuguese Language and Culture

I worked as a Portuguese translator for 5 years at a bank.

Aramaic Language and Culture

Aramaic has several dialects. I am only an Expert at Biblical Jewish Aramaic, having studied it in college.

Linguistics

I have a degree in linguistics, and I have studied more than 20 languages.

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In Judaism

Why does a rabbi bless kumquat lemon?

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Why is it important to be blessed by the rabbi in a bar mitzvah?

It is not important to be blessed by the rabbi in a bar mitzvah. There is no such requirement. When it does happen, the Rabbi isn't actually blessing the child. The Rabbi is b (MORE)

What does kosher mean when pertaining to gum?

kosher means the same thing with gum that it means with any food item: The food item is fit for use by Jews. It doesn't contain any non kosher ingredients and wasn't prepared (MORE)

What does Kosher mean?

Kosher refers to the Jewish legal concept of items and foods that are fit for use. Most people think only of foods, but many things in Judaism can be kosher.
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