how to say “can’t complain” in Hebrew

אֵין תְּלוּנוֹת

If you’ve been in Israel long enough, you certainly know the word for to complainלהתלונן . This word too goes as far back as Biblical Hebrew.

A modern example:

הוא לא מפסיק להתלונן.

He doesn’t stop complaining.

complaint – both formal (to the police, for example) or informal – is a תלונה :

היא הגישה תלונה למשטרה.

She filed a complaint with the police.

But if you’d like instead to express that things are going well, you might say:

אין תלונות!

I can’t complain!

Literally, that’s there are no complaints.

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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