Anno's Hebrew Tatoeba Sentence Deck (with audio)21.53MB. 941 audio & 0 images. Updated 2013-08-08.
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|Front||לו הייתי עשיר, הייתי קונה חווילה על החוף.|
|Meaning||If only I were rich, I would buy a villa on the seashore.|
|Front||היו לנו אורחים אתמול.|
|Meaning||We had some visitors yesterday.|
|Front||אני מסכים לתוכנית הזאת.|
|Meaning||I agree to this plan.|
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It is a good idea to take sentences from the Tatoeba corpus. Unfortunately, this deck appears to only teach the masculine forms of sentences, and in fact, when I look the sentences up, there is often not even a feminine version of the sentence in the corpus, despite it needing them in many cases. Since gendered forms can be highly irregular or at least complicated for a novice speaker, this ultimately is not useful for women at all... and, in fact, if a woman is brand-new to Hebrew, might end up teaching them to speak in a way that will raise some eyebrows unintentionally!
The word חווילה does exists in Hebrew, although it's not very common.
It's a word you would likely come across in newspapers or books rather than a conversation.
As a Hebrew Native, I see a problem with one of you sentence examples:
A villa in Hebrew, is written ווילה, and not חווילה. If you know the language you can understand it refers to Villa and not a new word (There's no such a word either). But people who learn the language might be confused.