The full term for human being in Hebrew is בֶּן אָדָם (ben ah-DAHM) – literally, son of Adam. The term refers to males and females alike, such that you might correctly say הִיא בֶּן אָדָם טוֹב (hee ben ah-DAHM tohv) – she is a good person.
Oftentimes, בן אדם gets shortened to simply אדם. You might also say, היא אדם טוב – she is a good Adam.
In English it sounds really awkward. But in Hebrew it’s natural.
Today is the final day to register at regular price for this upcoming session (June 6 – July 15) of Ulpan La-Inyan classes. Courses will be taking place at AACI in both Jerusalem (Levels 1-5) and Tel Aviv (Levels 2 and 4).
So if you’re planning to register, now’s the time!
Also, happy birthday to my brother, Danny!