What does the Hebrew phrase 'ein da'agot' mean?
ein da'agot (אין דאגות) = "There are no worries" or "no problem"
"Ein da'agot" translates into "no problems" or "no worries."
It's ungrammatical, but it means "Yes but I don't have Hebrew letters" (a Hebrew keyboard). (It should be ken aval ein li otiyot ivriyot). כן, אבל אין לי אותיות עבריות Note that there are websites, such as the Branah site, that have virtual Hebrew keyboards that can type Hebrew via your English keyboard.
"Du bist ein guter Freund" to a male friend. "Du bist ein gute Freundin" to a female friend. But with caution !! This in the wrong tone can be taken in a negative way, (Meaning 'with you as a friend who needs enemies') I always use the phrase "Du bist ein sehr guter Freund" this eliminates any possibility of misunderstanding.