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you say "To'da she" which is thanks for

because the grammer in Hebrew is ... Hebrew you don't use "being"

lets say "thank you for being a nice person:

To'da she' - ata Ben-Adam nech'mad

thanks that you (being) person nice

the verb and adjective are female/male/plural/etc

you can also say "al ze she" which is "upon that is"

To'da al ze she' ata Ben-Adam nech'mad

thanks upon/for that you (being) person nice

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To a male: "Toda she'ata ata" (תודה שאתה אתה).

To a female: "Toda she'at at" (תודה שאת את).

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Thank you for your kindess = תודה לך על נדיבותך

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By saying thank you, which is todah (תודה) in Hebrew.

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Ani mode leha

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