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דף קב,א גמרא
Which Tanna taught: ??? Rabbi Yehudah as it is taught: a fellowship that they were dining and they rose to their feet to walk to the house of assembly i.e., the synagogue or to the house of study when they go out they are not required to bless at the end of eating, before they leave and when they return they are not required to bless initially Rabbi Yehudah said Regarding what items ??? at a time i.e., in a case When they left behind them there a small portion of a fellowship but: they did not leave behind them there a small portion of a fellowship when they go out they require a blessing at the end of eating, before they leave and when they return they require a blessing before resuming Rather: The reason is ??? that do require a blessing after themselves in their location ??? they are not required to bless at the end of eating, before they leave and when they return they are not required to bless initially but: items that do not require a blessing after themselves in their location even if it is According to the sages, when they go out they require a blessing at the end of eating, before they leave and when they return they require a blessing ??? Let us say, ??? of R' Yochanan Is this not who ??? one ??? Let him say ??? also ??? He could say to you R' Yochanan it is the law that even items that do not they require a blessing after them in their location also It is not necessary for them to bless Hey, isn't it the case that where he teaches they rose to their feet to make you acknowledge the strength of his argument with R' Yehudah that even items ??? blessing ??? in their location The reason is ??? a small portion of a fellowship but: No. ??? a small portion of a fellowship when they go out they require a blessing at the end of eating, before they leave and when they return they require a blessing initially This teaching is consistent with the position of Rav Chisda a fellowship that were reclining together to drink wine and they rose to their feet and they returned It is not necessary for them to bless The rabbis taught: Members of a fellowship that were reclining together and the day became holy upon them i.e., the start of Shabbat arrived they bring him a cup of wine and he says upon it the sanctification of the day and a second person says upon it the blessing after the meal these are the words of Rabbi Yehudah. R' Yosei says one may eat and continue eating until it grows dark
דף קב,ב גמרא
??? the first cup he blesses upon it the blessing after the meal and the second he says upon it the sanctification of the day why is it that ??? a cup Rav Huna says: Rav Sheshet said They do not say two kiddushes on one cup What is the reason? Rav Nachman bar Yitzchak said on account of that they do not do mitzvot jumbled together and not But hey, wasn't it taught: One who enters his house at the conclusion of the Sabbath makes the blessing on the wine and on the light and on the spices and after this he says Havdalah on the cup And if he doesn't have anything except a single cup ??? after the meal ??? all of them after it yes. Hey, isn't it the case that Yom Tov that fallse to be after the Sabbath is what he has And Rav says the order of the blessings is wine, kiddush, candle, havdalah You might say in response ??? he said time from this general principle it would follow that the seventh day of Passover is what we're dealing with (lit. what we're immersed in) That everything that he has he has already eaten And he doesn't have anything else over which to make kiddush. Hey, isn't it the case that The first day of yom tov is what he has i.e., that's what we're talking about here And Abaye said the order is wine, kiddush, zman (Shahecheyanu), candle, havdalah And Rabba said the order is wine, kiddush, candle, havdalah, zman (Shahecheyanu) Rather: Havdalah and Kiddush it is a single observance the blessing after the meal and Kiddush are two observances. Back to the main body of the text: Yom Tov (holiday) that falls to be after the Sabbath Rav said: the order of the blessings is wine, kiddush, candle, havdalah And Shmuel said the order of the blessings is wine, candle, havdalah, kiddush
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