how to say “to clean your room” in Hebrew

לְסַדֵּר אֶת הַחֶדֶר

While English-speaking parents (especially North Americans) might tell their children to clean their rooms, Israeli parents would tell them to tidy or organize their rooms – לסדר את החדר – literally, to tidy the room.

For example:

תסדרי את החדר לפני שאני אתעצבן!

Clean (tidy, organize) your room before I get upset! (spoken to a girl)

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