שילוב
 
The fourth principle of Pimsleur’s method (on which Ulpan La-Inyan is based) is that of organic learning. That is, students learn to speak accurately while understanding the grammar principles intuitively, without the need for boring charts and tons of homework (though at ulpan.com, we have charts for those who like them). The method integrates the faculties of speech, hearing and others – in an organic, fun way.
 
To integrate, in Hebrew, is לְשַׁלֵּב (le-shah-LEV). Pimsleur’s method מְשַׁלֵּב בְּיַחַד כַּמָה דַּרְכֵי לְמִידָה(me-shah-LEV be-YAH-khahd KAH-mah dahr-KHAY le-mee-DAH) – it integrates together several ways of learning.

An integration, or a combination, is a שִׁלּוּב (shee-LOOV). For example, חוּמוּס עִם טְחִינָה זֶה שילוב טוֹב (HOO-moos eem te-HEE-nah zeh shee-LOOV tohv) – Humus and Tehina, that’s a good combination.


Listen and repeat.
 
Here’s a cute music video about Israel’s national snack, the falafel (which usually combines Humus and Tehina:

 

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  • fortunately one can find falafel also outside of israel. i had one today, in the marais quarter of paris. don’t remember the name of the place, but it was
    טעים מאוד !!!

    daktari

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