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Translating is a very specialized skill, and it is even more so when the languages involved--Hebrew and English (or French or German or another European language)
are so distant in their origins and structure.
If you are particularly interested in Bible translations,
you will have no trouble finding as many as you could possibly imagine with a simple web search for
"Hebrew Bible translation."
For those who wish to know how to say a variety of everyday phrases,
the following web pages may have just the words you are looking for:
Passing Phrase: Prepared by the Jewish Agency for Israel. Requires Macromedia Flash.
Word2Word Forum : Post translation or other language learning related requests.
Word Exchange: Submit a word and request a translation. Translations done by volunteers.
Freelang: Find a translator or submit a question to an open forum. Translations done by volunteers.
Yahoo! Groups "Ivrit": If you join this moderated group, you can read and post Hebrew questions to the list.
e-transcriptum: Free translations to and from Hebrew for genealogy inquiries.
You can also try one of these online dictionaries.
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