||I will set your borders from the Red Sea to the Philistine Sea, from the desert to the river. I will give the land's inhabitants into your hand, and you will drive them before you.
Veshati et-gvulcha miYam-Suf ve'ad-yam Plishtim umimidbar ad-hanahar ki eten beyedchem et yoshvey ha'arets vegerashtamo mipaneycha.
||Do not make a treaty with [these nations] or with their gods.
Lo-tichrot lahem vele'eloheyhem berit.
||Do not allow them to reside in your land, since they may then make you sin to Me. You may even end up worshiping their gods, and it will be a fatal trap to you.
Lo yeshvu be'artsecha pen-yachati'u otcha li ki ta'avod et-eloheyhem ki yihyeh lecha lemokesh.
The Gulf of Aqaba, which is the eastern arm of the Red Sea (Rashi on Exodus 10:19). Others say that this is the Gulf of Suez, which is the western arm of the Red Sea (Midrash HaGadol).
The southern Mediterranean, near the land of the Philistines (Rashbam).
Some say that this is the desert to the south of the Holy Land (Rashbam), while others say that it is to the east (Midrash HaGadol).
The Euphrates (Targum Yonathan; Rashi). Others, however, identify it with the 'River of Egypt' in Genesis 15:18. (Torah Sh'lemah 19:311). This is identified as Wadi el Arish (Saadia on Numbers 34:4; Chamra VeChayay, Sanhedrin 11b; Teshuvoth Radbaz 6:2206; cf. Kuzari 2:14).