How to Say “To Pick Someone Up” in Hebrew – Ulpan La-Inyan

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How to Say “To Pick Someone Up” in Hebrew – Ulpan La-Inyan

When we “pick up” a person from somewhere, we’re not actually lifting them in our arms – most of the time anyway. Rather, “to pick up” is a figure of speech.
In Hebrew, the expression is לאסוף
– “to collect”.
For example:
אבא, תוכל לאסוף אותי בעשר?
Dad, could you pick me up at ten?
לאסוף
is a simple verb of the root א.ס.פ
. Learn to use לאסוף
in different forms in today’s video.

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