Our episode this week takes place at the park. Park HaYarkon to be exact. For those that don’t know where that is it’s in Tel Aviv on the north side of the city. It runs from the sea inland and it is home to huge grass fields and open areas, bike trails and picnic benches.

The words from today’s episode you’ll use at any park. But HaYarkon is near my home in Tel Aviv and that’s mainly why I chose it…and it’s my favourite park in Israel too.

Here’s the video and the words and sentences are below:


  1. פַּארְק – פַּארְק הַיַּרְקוֹן נוֹרָא יָפֶה – The Yarkon Park is awfully pretty
  2. דֶּשֶׁא – יֵשׁ מָלֵא דֶּשֶׁא בַּפַּארְק הַזֶּה – There’s a lot of grass in this park
  3. לָרוּץ – יֵשׁ הַרְבֵּה רָצִים פֹּה – There’s a lot of runners here
  4. סַפְסָל – בּוֹא נֵשֵׁב בַּסַּפְסָל – Let’s sit on the bench
  5. נָהָר – נָהַר הַיַּרְקוֹן דֵּי מְלֻכְלָךְ – The Yarkon River is fairly dirty
  6. צֵל – בּוֹאִי נִתְפֹּס קְצָת צֵל, מָה זֶה חַם לִי – Let’s catch some shade, I’m so hot
  7. שְׁבִיל – יֵשׁ שְׁבִיל אוֹפַנַּיִם לְאֹרֶךְ כָּל הַפַּרְק – There’s a bike trail throughout the entire park
  8. לַעֲשׂוֹת כּוֹשֶׁר – הַרְבֵּה עוֹשִׂים כֹּשֶׁר בְּפַּרְק הַיַּרְקוֹן – A lot of people are working out in the Yarkon Park


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