The last two weeks, I have been learning the Hebrew Alphabet. Interestingly enough, it has 22 letters and all of them are consonants. Each letter has its own sound and numerical value. Learning how to pronounce the first ten were my goal, as I had to learn that the pronunciation is different in Hebrew even if it is written in the English Alphabet. Hebrew is different in English as it writes from right-to-left.

In this audio clip – I have spoken the first ten consonants, which you can refer to as I speak. Don’t forget to follow along reading from right-to-left! Starting at Alef and ending at Teit.

2 thoughts on “Alefbet

  1. Very cool! I love hearing other languages and Hebrew is one that I don’t hear very often so I love that you captured part of the alphabet on video so we can follow along. It’s so interesting that Hebrew is read right to left. I wonder what has determined right to left vs left to right. Language and linguistics is so interesting! I can’t wait to see your future posts. Thank you for sharing 🙂


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