Morphology illustrations are a great way for students to remember prefixes, suffixes, and roots. Morphology has to due with the internal structures of words and this pin illustrates the different ways "pre" and fore" can be used.
GENEALOGICAL ABBREVIATIONS: A-Z.sgr: (French seigneur) lord sic (Latin) thus, as written s.: (Latin, suo jure) in one's own right sis: sister s/o: son of sp: (Latin, sine prole): without children.
How to say "Table" in Hebrew. This word is used many times in the Tanach (Hebrew Bible). See for example Shemot (Exodus) 25:23. It is the correct word to use in Modern Hebrew as well. The shoresh (root) שלח usually means "to send" but the Jastrow Dictionary says it can also mean to draw out or stretch forth, which seems to be more relevant in this case. Click here to hear it spoken by an Israeli: http://www.my-hebrew-dictionary.com/table.php #learntospeakhebrew