Audio by Dr. Michael Sokolow

Demai 6:12: An Am HaAretz who says to a Chaver, "Buy me a bundle of vegetables", "buy me one loaf": he buys without specifying and is exempt from tithing. If he [buys for himself as well and] says "this is mine and this is my friend's" and they become mixed, he is obligated to tithe, even if [he bought] 100 items.

עם הארץ שאמר לחבר קח לי אגודת ירק. קח לי גלוסקן אחד לוקח סתם ופטור ואם אמר שלי זה. וזה של חברי ונתערבו. חייב לעשר. ואפילו הן מאה:

Demai 7:1: If one invites his friend to eat at his home and the friend does not trust him with regards to tithes, on the day before Shabbat he says, "That which I am going to separate tomorrow is [part of the] tithe, and the rest of the tithe will be next to it. That which I have designated as [part of the] tithe, the Terumat Ma'aser [a portion of the tithes that is given to the priest] is designated upon it. And Ma'aser Sheni [second tithe, must be eaten in Jerusalem] is on its north or south, and is hereby unconsecrated by [transferring its consecration to] coins."

המזמין את חבירו שיאכל אצלו והוא אינו מאמינו על המעשרות אומר מערב שבת מה שאני עתיד להפריש מחר הרי הוא מעשר ושאר מעשר סמוך לו. זה שעשיתי מעשר עשוי תרומת מעשר עליו ומעשר שני בצפונו או בדרומו ומחולל על המעות:

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