To get in trouble - "להיכנס לצרות" (lehikaness letzarot). But notice that - "Tzarot" is actually plural (singular is "Tzara"), so basically in Hebrew we say "to get in troubles".
If you mean "no trouble" as a response to "thank you", there is no equivalent phrase. You would just say bevakasha (×‘×‘×§×©×”) or al lo davar (×¢×œ ×œ× ×“×‘×¨), both of which just mean "you're welcome". If you mean "no trouble" literally, as in "there isn't any trouble", it is eyn tsarah (××™×Ÿ ×¦×¨×”).
הם is how you say "are" in Hebrew.
You say 'Yalda' in Hebrew
You cannot say "i will" in Hebrew. In Hebrew the future expression comes with the verb. For example: In Hebrew, "To cook" is "Levashel". If i want to say "I will cook" I'll say "Ani (I) avashel".
Has in Hebrew is: YESH
"Tikra" (תקרה) is how you say ceiling in Hebrew.
how do you say bon voyage in hebrew?
How do you say: learning today?" In Hebrew
Mustache is 'Safam' in Hebrew
Network in Hebrew is 'Reshet'
The word "My" in Hebrew is pronounced: "Sheli"
Shu'taf is partner in Hebrew
Ken and in Hebrew כן
Inawah has no meaning in Hebrew
'Torture' in Hebrew is עינויים.
There is no Hebrew equivalent to this phrase.
that is apartment in Hebrew דירה
If you are asking what the Hebrew word for "Hebrew is, it's ×¢×‘×¨×™×ª (eevreet).
you say "how are you" in hebrew ma shalom cha ma- sha- lome- cha
You say it the same way as in English. If you are interested in writing it in Hebrew, this is how: קיילי.
this is how you write it and you say it like devin in english Devin in Hebrew דווין
To say family of God in Hebrew you say the words mishpachat hashem.
The word Miod, or in Hebrew מאד
The Hebrew word for 'mountain' is "HAHR".