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1. There is a dispute about where one recites "Ya'aleh v'Yavo" in the Shemoneh Esreh of Shabbos Chol ha'Mo'ed.
2. One is not allowed to cook on one day of Yom Tov for the next day of Yom Tov.
3. There is a dispute about whether one may bake a lot of bread on Yom Tov when only one loaf is needed for Yom Tov.
4. Abaye qualifies the law regarding an Eruv Tavshilin that was eaten before food was prepared.
5. One may not immerse vessels made or owned by a Nochri on Shabbos (in order to be able to use them for eating on Shabbos).
A BIT MORE
1. Tana Kama: It is recited in the blessing of Avodah (Retzeh, where we say it). Rebbi Eliezer: It is said after Modim and before v'Al Kulam (where we recite "Al ha'Nisim").
2. However, one may fill up a pot with meat and cook it on the first day of Yom Tov, even though only one piece is necessary for the first day, and have meat leftover for the second day.
3. While a person may do such a thing when cooking, the Tana Kama says that one may not do so when baking (as it requires a lot more effort to form each loaf of bread than to put a lot of meat into a pot). However, Rebbi Shimon ben Elazar says that one may do so when baking as well, since all of the bread bakes better when many loaves are baking at the same time.
4. Abaye says that if one prepared dough before the Eruv was eaten, he may still bake the dough even after nothing is left of the Eruv.
5. Immersion of one's body, however, may differ. According to Beis Hillel, a person may immerse himself in a Mikvah on Shabbos in order to purify himself for the Yom Tov (on Sunday). Beis Shamai says that this, too, is forbidden.
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