Catholic Priests do not use Hebrew to absolve anyone from sins. Actually, they don't use Hebrew at all. They may use Latin or a native language.
People often use the term as to say to "use the restroom".
¿Podría ir al baño? ¿Podría pasar a su / tu / vuestro baño?
Wo yao yong xishoujian.
wo yao qu xishou jian. I want to go wash room That would be how we normally say it.
Je dois aller au toilette
est-ce que je peux utiliser vos toilettes, s'il vous plait ?
to use: להשתמש, lehishtamesh
To say "I need to use the restroom" in Spanish, use the phrase "Necesita/o usar el bano."
They used the restroom where the slept...
Comment vous utilisez la toilette?
well there really is'nt like just say I have to use the restroom or bathroom
may is asking a question and can is asking if u can do something. like may i go to the restroom and can i go to the restroom. may is asking if your excused and can is asking if u can actually use the restroom. im a language teacher and if somebody asks me if they "can" go to the restroom i say, i don't know can you? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ from my old English teacher can i go to the bathroom. answer yes you have the capability to go to the bathroom but not now. may i go to the bathroom? yes you may "can" refers to your ability to do something. "may" refers to whether you are allowed to do it. So: "Can I go to the movies?" -- No, because the theater is closed, the car won't start, etc. "May I go to the movies?" -- No, the movie runs past your curfew, I think it is inappropriate for you, you are grounded, etc ...
In Spanish, this is "¿Puedo usar el cuarto de baño, maestro/a?"
Depending on where you are and what you're doing, you should go to the nearest toilet or restroom.
You can use either Etz or Ilan.
to use the restroom
They use restroom
In Yiddish, you use the Hebrew toast: l'chaim!
"be well" is not something you would say to a Hebrew speaker. The closest phrase you could use is kol tuv (×›×œ ×˜×•×‘) which means "all the best".
yes in McDonalds
Restroom Use in US SchoolsDecisions on use of the restroom vary from school to school. Most schools will definitely allow a restroom pass in an emergency. Some, however, to reduce classroom disruption, will record these "emergencies" in the student's file, and may apply disciplinary action if they become frequent. Schools that do not allow sufficient time for restroom use between classes have become the subject of legal action in the past.The crux of the matter is that students need to learn to use the restrooms when it is not disruptive to classes, and parents should recognize when a medical condition may make disruptions more likely. Public schools do not have the authority to prohibit restroom use where this could lead to embarrassment or medical injury to a student. In extreme cases, students may be suspended until an underlying medical condition is resolved.