how to say “one step at a time” in Hebrew

צַעַד צַעַד

The Hebrew expression for one at a time is אחד אחד – literally, one one.

For example:

הילדים נכנסו לכיתה אחד אחד.

The children entered the classroom one at a time.

Now suppose you want to say something like one step at a time. That’s צעד צעד – literally, step step.

For example:

למה אתם ממהרים עם הפרוייקט? צעד צעד!

Why are you guys rushing with the project? One step at a time!

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