משלוח מנות

If there’s ever a day on the Jewish calendar to show brotherly love, it’s Purim.
 
One of the expressions of this love is giving gifts of food to one another.
 
The Hebrew term for this practice is מִשְׁלוֹחַ מָנוֹת (mee-SHLOW-ah mah-NOHT), or literally, delivery of (food) portions.

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by Ami Steinberger Founder and Director, Ulpan La-Inyan

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After having studied literature and linguistics on the bachelors level and psychology on the masters, Ami decided to draw upon his hobby of learning languages, his understanding of human thought processes and his skill of explaining complex ideas in simple terms, to found a program that enables people to speak Hebrew with confidence.

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