Here I will introduce you to the Hebrew alphabet, they are really beautiful and you will enjoy them very much once you get familiar with them.
To start off, let me warm you up with this Hebrew alphabet song. Listen to it then continue reading, there is much more to come…
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P.S. If you like the song you can download it here for free. But please note that I do not own it, it’s the wonderful Debbie Friedman who should get all the respect and love for it
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A slower version (ahem, with a much more humble voice) would be this recording here I made myself of the Hebrew alphabet. Each letter with the sound that it represents.
[wpaudio url=”http://www.israelhebrew.com/wp-content/uploads/hebrew-alphabet-pronunciation.mp3″ text=”The Hebrew Alphabet and Their Sounds”]
Now that you know how the Hebrew alphabet sounds like, why not take the time to master writing it? You can easily do so with my easy free Hebrew alphabet worksheets. Print them, do them, and send them back to me for a check up! I will be more than happy to receive your “homework” :) Download the free worksheet booklet here.
The Hebrew Alphabet has 22 letters, written from right to left. Letters are usually written right on (notebook) line, some letters break this rule and go below the lines, these are: ף – ך – ץ – ן, whlie the Jod/Yod is written way above the line, just like the Latin apostrophe (י).
Here is the Hebrew alphabet chart:
|The numerical value of
|The literal meaning of
|How the name is read||The name of the letter in
|Letter at the end of the