how to say “to get updated” in Hebrew
Israelis all around the world love to stay up to date with what’s going on in the holy land. I imagine many Jews, regardless of whether they carry Israeli citizenship, love to do the same.
Ulpan La-Inyan’s Level 5 class allows you to do so with the Israeli radio broadcast, as students learn to understand – as well as participate in – the חֱדָשוֹת (khah-dah-SHOHT) – the news (in Hebrew).
Suppose you wanted to say, We want to get updated every time there’s a new word on this blog. Here’s how to say it in Hebrew: אֲנַחְנוּ רוֹצִים לְהִתְעַדְכֵּן כָּל פַּעַם שֶׁיֵּש מִלָּה חֲדָשָׁה בַּבְּלוֹג הַזֶּה (ah-NAHKH-noo roh-TSEEM le-heet-ahd-KEHN kohl PAH-ahm sheh-YESH mee-LAH khah-dah-SHAH bah-BLOHG hah-ZEH).
להתעדכן is to get updated. The root? עַד כָּאן (ahd kahn) – literally, until here.