20 thoughts on “Learning Hebrew – Lesson 9

  1. I want to thank you once again for helping lot of people just like me who want to learn Hebrewyour videos plu the book that I have, its a great conbination and I just want to tell you that you are right; there are some exeptions in the pronounciation of the kamatz sometimes it will sound like “ho”instead of “ha”. Shalom

  2. Thanks for the great videos,
    when you come to The Name of the Creator you trample on his name and break the 3rd commandment and bring it to nothing by using substitutions.
    How about considering the name Yahudah – Judah the tribe, take the ‘dalet’ d out and you get a pretty good pronunciation for our Creator’s Name, Yahuah! Shalom brother 🙂

  3. hey just to let people know in the first 30 seconds or so when hes introducing the letters he got them mixed up in the english transation it should read pey, fey and ending fey. confusing i know because the hebrew version is right to left but the english is left to right 😛

  4. @freethinker2007 did you notice that they are far from the southern Semitic languages? and more close to the northern Semitic..mmmm amazing.

  5. @bnaiorpueblo
    don’t worry about the idiots. Your course is very, very good. Thank you very much!
    I’m from germany and I can understand what you say, so you must be a really good teacher. And the pronunciation is absolutely okay!

  6. @Deutschdude100 no, the vowel point help you to read at the start, then you wont need them because you will know what words sound like without the vowel points.
    just like Arabic, there are three vowel signs but no one uses them as soon as they learn how to read fluently.

  7. Woaah…Learning Hebrew just got real intense! I need to practice practice practice my aleph bet and vowels, so I can read! I was wondering how does one read Hebrew if the vowel signs aren’t present?

  8. Thank you so much sir for these outstanding lessons, they have blessed me so much. It is easy and fun to learn with you. You present things very clearly and in a well organized manner. Each lesson contains an appropriate amount of new information, not too much nor too little. I have wanted to learn Hebrew for a very long time, this internet course has been my first step and I’m gonna go all the way. 🙂 God bless you so much! Jeshua HaMashiah! 🙂

  9. Btw I’m a med school student from Finland.. With a love for Israel.. And there are many people who truly love Israel in my country and continually bless and pray for them 🙂

  10. Just put a shva under the yod, a cholem over the he, and a kamatz under the vav. You can read it for yourself in the Museum of Israel when comparing the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Aleppo Codex. I believe Yehovah should be praised not hidden!

  11. By the way, I forgot to mention that your lessons are good. I recommended them to people because I don’t have time to teach them. I gives people a good understanding of the Alef bet and so on. Thank you. Keep up the good work.

  12. There is no mystery in the unspoken vowels. You can hear it when you inhale, and you exhale. This is the first breath. In that order. Inhale then exhale.

    God gave the name. You took it.
    It passed Your lips from birth, when you become a God given, living, breathing, soul.

    I suppose it’s kind of the point that you don’t speak it, for the fear of “taking the name in vain”, but it’s far greater in listening to it first person.

    Yah >who\ahh>

    Don’t say it. breathe, and learn to listen. (To God)

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