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Sibirjak
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Greetings from Siberia

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Hello,
my name is Gerhard Rehwald.
I am from Germany, but now already for 25 years living and working in Western Siberia, Russia.
As a teacher at the Old Testament faculty I am dealing with Hebrew on a constant base; and trying hard not to loose fluency.
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Jason Hare
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Welcome to B-Hebrew, Gerhard! Glad to see you here. Feel free to jump in anywhere and start posting. :)
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Sibirjak,
How is your winter there?
Sincerely yours,
Steve Miller
Detroit
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Honesty is the best policy. - George Washington (1732-99)
Sibirjak
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Re: Greetings from Siberia

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Becoming colder, New Years day was about minus 32 Celsius. Little snow though.
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Jason Hare
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Oh my. I feel spoiled in Tel Aviv. Our daytime temperatures for the last week had highs in the low 20's C. Today's high was 21° and tomorrow is supposed to be the same tomorrow. Definitely spoiled, I know. My birthday will be on Monday, and I'm hoping for some warm weather as I drink a bit of champagne. :)
Jason Hare
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Nihil est peius iis, qui paulum aliquid ultra primas litteras
progressi falsam sibi scientiæ persusionem induerunt.

— Quintilian
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