10 thoughts on “Learning Hebrew – Lesson 10

  1. @hsh31 That’s the problem with Hebrew, you won’t know. Unless you know the word, you can read it, otherwise you can not. =
    You almost everywhere will find without dots, those dots are basically just to learn how to pronounce the word, but then it will come without dots.

  2. @hsh31 I wouldn’t say it’s an easy language, but I believe it doesn’t matter what language you learn, every language has it’s own difficult.
    About the question how to read without dots I think I’ve got only 1 solution:
    Go to: morfix.mako.co.il
    Then write in the blank box the word in Hebrew using virtual keyboard (I know it may take some time), but without the dots and all, and then after clicking enter you’ll see the word with dots + if it’s male or female, and translation to English.
    Good luck.

  3. Now let’s seeee, we haven’t had the T, R, Sh, yet they’re in the pronunciations. That’s what I call challenging! 😉 😉 😉

  4. Am i right that on 1.26 you use a letter wich is the final letter in the alef beith? And did i miss it in your lessons or did you not yet explained? Shalom

  5. Guys, learning to speak hebrew does not have to be difficult (I used to think it did). I’ll give you some advice right now. Search a training program called Practicorex Hebrew (search on google). Seriously, thanks to Practicorex Hebrew I have learn how to speak practical Hebrew in quick and easy way. I probably should not even be talking about it cause I don’t want a bunch of other guys out there running the same “game” but whatever, I am in a good mood today so I’ll share the wealth haha.

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