I’m about to board a flight to LA at Ben Gurion airport. It’s my dad’s 60th birthday coming up, so I decided at the last minute to try to book a free ticket with mileage (even the paid ones aren’t too bad this season). Who knew? Lo and behold, less than a week before the flight, there was AAdvantage space!
So the word of the day is to fly, as in to travel by air. In Hebrew, it’s לטוס (lah-TOOS). For example, אֲנִי טָס הָעֶרֶב – (ah-NEE tahs hah-EH-rev) – I’m flying this evening.
I don’t have a recording for you, as I’m using Rachel Kaufman’s (of Nefesh BNefesh) computer and she doesn’t have my recording software. So try saying the word out loud – check it with an Israeli, if you can.
And check out the Nefesh BNefesh (and AACI, Telfed and senior-citizen) discounts on our upcoming Ulpan La-Inyan classes! (click the picture below)