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23 thoughts on “Learn Hebrew – Lesson 7

  1. Hebrew words have many different meanings. When things are translated to English, they have to choose just one of the meanings. By reading the texts in Hebrew, one can learn to identify alternative interpretations.

    But for me, it wasn’t that I wanted to. I had to. Sort of like hormonal drives.

  2. 讻讘讜讚 诇讬砖专讗诇!!!
    讜讻诇 讛讻讘讜讚 诇诪讬 砖诇诪讚!!!
    讗诐 讗转诐 拽讜专讗讬诐 讗转 讝讛 讘讛爪诇讞讛

  3. Your post was 3 years ago… how are things going? Does this lesson seem tougher to you now 馃檪 I’m just starting out.. Pretty much reviewing lessons 1,2 and practicing 3.

  4. At 2:14, the second word, is the Hey with the Sheva underneath it silent? Because I didn’t hear you say it and it kinda confused me. Just wondering, thanks!

  5. 2:50 How can I know that letter Hey sounds like H or it is soundless? In word Yehudah first Hey sounds like H, but 2nd (last letter of this word) is soundless, why is that?

  6. Ok, I have found the answer: when Hey is between two vowels, then it sounds like H 馃檪 in this word Yehudah – Hey is between Eh and Uh, that is why it is NOT soundless.

  7. As a Jew I want to learn a language that is of my people, of my Torah, of my religion, and is a language brought back from being dead!!

    I’m curious about languages and find that Hebrew is exciting to learn to read so I can follow along during services; to learn to speak so I can converse with people in the USA or in Israel.

    The above are most reasons for why I want to learn Hebrew. [as a child I was almost fluent in Hebrew but lost it when having to stop going to Hebrew school.

  8. For the most part, I believe that Hebrew is very phonetic. It takes practice to pronounce each letter and vowel properly – without slurring, as is so common when speaking American English.

    My ears don’t hear sounds as quickly as I would like – so practice in listening is important for me, too.

  9. At 2:17, I thought that last word was going to be “Vah-la-yeh-la”, but you said something more like “Vah-va-yeh-va.” Why is that?

  10. Also, at 3:05, you pronounced the top word “Beh-yah-do” instead of “Beh-yahd-vo.” I’m so confused. That last letter in that word was a Vav, so why didn’t you pronounce the “V”????

    • +AirEnderman When vav has a dot above it or next to it, it is pronounced as either the vowel /o/ or /u/. Consider the plural word for “matzah” (matzot 诪爪讜转). Do an internet search on Vav pronunciation in modern Hebrew and you will see how complicated this better is!

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