How to say, “Please be quiet” in Hebrew. Phrase of the Day!

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Hector is very hands on and does so many fun things with the kids that they just want to play with him all the time! It can be a rough transition for the boys when Hector needs to switch from playing with them to needing a quiet space while he focuses on work. He uses this phrase, “Please be quiet,” to help teach the boys to play independently and to have that much needed quiet space. 😂😅 The faster he can get his work done, the sooner they can go out fishing again!

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We are continuing on with our phrases
that Dads say all the

time, or at least your dad.
And just so you know a wizard put

a spell on Darian, and whenever I snap
my fingers he turns

into a chicken.
No, no, not again! No, no, bawk, bawk!

All right.

Today’s phrase is, “Please be quiet.”
And again you can DM us

for this week’s Phrase of the Day calendar to learn these

phrases.

Now, I don’t know why Hector would ever want to say, “Please

be quiet,” in our house.

Okay.

So what we’re going to do, is we’re going to do this phrase

in one language, and Darian is going to use the random language

generator to choose what language we’re doing this phrase

in. All right, you

chose Hebrew. Okay, if you already have

the $35 phrasebook, you can follow in the language of your

choice. If not, we would love for you to join us with this

Hebrew phrase, and

I’ll show you, if you have the book, how to get to the phrase.

So to get to “Please be quiet,”

you’re going to want to head over to “Q”

I was going to say “S,” but I thought-
-wait a second! And we’re

going to go into “Quiet,” and we’re going to do the “Please

be quiet,”
and we’re going to say it to a male.

Here we go.

“tihiye” “tihiye” Let me start over again, Darian, I want to

make it a little louder.

I turned the volume down a little bit.

Here we go.

“tihiye” “tihiye” “besheket” “besheket” “bevakasha” “bevakasha”

“tihiye besheket bevakasha”
“tihiye besheket bevakasha”

I know “bevakasha” because I’ve tried that a lot.
Was that a lot for you?

When you’re just starting

it can be, like, a lot of sounds.

Human form. Mars like…

Okay, so human form, Darian, we’re going to do one word at

a time, so we can be really happy about it.

So let’s try that out.

Because when you’re starting it’s all about how positive you

are, and how confident you feel.

Okay, Darian, do it with me.

Listen.

Here we go.

“tihiye” “tihiye” “besheket” “besheket” “bevakasha” “bevakasha”

Wow, Darian, that was really great. High five.

So to teach your children this phrase, you
would want to say it in Hebrew,

and I think you’ll get a lot of opportunities, and then you

can say that means, “Please be quiet,” and then say it again,

and then what would you do?
You would be quiet.

Bawk, Bawk, Bawk.

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We would love to see you there.

Bye.

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