I was just sitting, surfing on YouTube. No work today. Boring, boring.
So i just began thinking suddently out of the blue, that i’ve always been told that Hebrew and Arabic is very similar languages. I thought i would maybe be able to understand some hebrew. So i searched for some Israeli stuff, and i found some.
But i did not understand nothing! I was like “Is this even a semitic language? Yasalam it sounds like russian or polish ya man!”.
Disappointed as i was, i searched for “Hebrew Language” on google, trying to figure the whole deal out.
Interrestingly, i found out that the arab letter “dad” (like a deep D) is “tz” in hebrew. What hebrew words did i know with “tz” in it?
Ha-Aretz was the first thing that popped up into my head. If we replace ha- with al-, the arab grammatic article, and replace “tz” with “dh”, ha-Aretz is:
Which means “the earth” in arabic. Cool!
What more? Well Yitzhak Shamir. Again, replace “tz” with “dh” and you will have “yedh7ak”: He laughs.