Hebrew Lesson 1
Learn Hebrew CD Roms
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Hebrew is one of humankind's most ancient languages. It is the language of the Bible and of the Jewish people . It is the national language of Israel . It had become almost extinct but was revived by the skill and determination of the people of Israel.
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Here are some letters received . As the aim is to learn just the script the pronounciation may not be quite as in Hebrew.
I enjoyed your pages, but wanted to offer a quick correction.
Jerusalem is "Yerushalayim" in Hebrew; the Hebrew letters on your page
for Lesson 2 spell "Yerushalam" (mising the "yi").
On your web page you said to e-mail you if there were
any mistakes, and I've spotted one. In the Hebrew
section the second leter, is not be-th, is bet.
It is written in the opposite direction from English.
These are the letters B and D
Lets put some vowel marks in between . Below each there is an example of word as to how it is pronounced eg the first AA is as the A in fAther.
These are the letters K , B and Ts
Can you read your first word in Hebrew with the extra letters K , T ?
Of course it is Kibbuts - self sufficient farms in Israel