Campaign For Hebrew Legacy

Translation/Interpretation/Caption Text: 

Hebrew translation:

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Ministry of Education, campaign for Hebrew legacy (word also translates as bequeathing, endowment of Hebrew)

(Note: all text/images read right to left)

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Hebrew on the roads

Engine / Car / Train / Tracks / Bridge

Cafeteria / Waiting room / Street light / Barrier/checkpoint

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When does the next train leave to Haifa?

In which cashier do they sell tickets to Jerusalem?

For a six year old child one needs to buy half a ticket

The passengers to Tel-Aviv will transfer in Lydda to a different train

Where does the direct-trip car stand?

Has the luggage I gave been sent on this train?

Platform /Department for passengers items / Train station / Porter / Suitcase

Cargo / Passport / Customs officer / Customs inspection

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Is this taxi available?

Where would you like to travel?

Parking is forbidden here

This road is one-way only

I need to get off here, please stop (park the car)

Drive carefully and you will arrive quickly

Ship / Boat / Port / Customs house

Stairs / Raiing / Street / Sidewalk/pavement

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Gentleman, please prepare your passports for inspection

Please open your bags for customs inspection

Do you have an export permit for these items?

Because of fog, the airplane will take off (depart) only in the morning

On the sailing ship, a cargo of citrus (oranges, grapefruits and lemons) was exported

Passengers are required to go down to the boat

Runway / Airport / Airplane / Stewardess

Truck / Taxi / Bus / Driver

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Does bus number 12 reach the train station?

I’m last in line, please stand behind me

Please advance towards inside

The first bench is for the disabled (invalids)

Next stop, get off for the zoo

Exit is in the middle door

Parking lot / Bus station [signs have Haifa, Jerusalem, cashier] / Motorcycle / Bicycle

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Printed by the government press at the cooperative printing press “Ahvah,” Jerusalem

In consultation with the Academy of the Hebrew Language


Translation courtesy of Leena Dallasheh