22 thoughts on “1 – reading Torah for beginners – Gen 1:1 part 1

  1. Ok, I can read. I am confused that you pronounced it first Yeminite Hebrew and the regular that all people know. I expected to have introduction to the notes first and then try it on examples.

  2. I also have Rosetta Stone part one and two that doesn’t really teach the Hebrew alphabet. Your lessons have helped me with the Hebrew aphabet and Hebrew reading. I must practise them further.

  3. Brother thank you so much for this video I believe this is the only way to learn Hebrew correctly. Perfect system for reviewing or learning Hebrew, just fantastic!!!

  4. i heard that every 50 letter spell tara on the first 2 book and the last 2 book back words tara then the 3 book every 7 letter spell out jahova is that true

  5. Your method is excellent for a very beginner like me – I started learning Hebrew so that I can read the word of God and understand the beautiful Hebrew music. And finally to be able to praise and worship the Lord in his original language. Shalom!

  6. Thanks. The website disappeared, but these videos are the same. Don’t forget to look at the music videos on this channel.. You can click on my picture to the left to get so some great music.

  7. Hey! Thank you for this helpful video. By the way, I notice many people keep on talking about Practicorex Hebrew (do a search on google), but I’m not sure if it is really good. Have you ever tried this how to speak practical hebrew tutorial called Practicorex Hebrew? I’ve heard many unbelivable things about it.

  8. hahaha why the first “r” it is always pronouced right and the second “r” always prononced like with a strong english accent? hahaha

    • +Eric von Germania You misspelled “Jesus”. Hopefully it was on purpose because you should never use it in such a manner as to express disappointment, disgust, or anger. And if it was on purpose then it should never be followed by the word “Christ”.

    • +Jeannette Torres that applies to the Messiah, Yahshua. Jesus was some greek dude son of a king. it is composed of 2 words je-sus sus meaning horse.

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