Hebrew for Christians Lesson 5

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Welcome to Lesson 5 of Hebrew for Believers!!

 

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Lesson Five of Hebrew for Christians

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SHALOM!!  Bruchim ha-bail’ivrit

BUILDING ON VOCABULARY

 

MA SHLOM’KHEM – How are you? (Masc Plural or Group of Mixed Genders)

MA SHLOM’CHEN – How are you? (Fem Plural)

 

It is permissible to use Ma Shlom’khem no matter what gender you are speaking to should you choose to!

 

MEOD – Very

 

Ani mitstaer – I am sorry (Masc)

Ani mitstaeret – I am sorry (Fem)

Ani meod mitstaer – I am very sorry (Masc)

Ani meod mitstaeret  – I am very sorry (Fem)

 

Pronouns

ATEN– You (Fem Plural)

ATEM – You (Masc Plural)

 

HEN – They (Fem)

HEM – They (Masc)

 

Remember to put the verb form in plural

 

They (F) speak English – Hen medabrot anglit

They (M) speak English – Hem medabrim anglit

 

NUMBERS

 

16 – SHESH ESRE

17 – SHVA ESRE

18 – SHMONA ESRE

19 – TSHA ESRE

20-  ESRIM

30- SHLOSHIM
40- ARBAIM
50- HAMISHIM
60- SHISHIM
70- SHIV’IM
80- SHMONIM
90- TISH’IM

100 – MEA

 

TO ADD NUMBERS TO THE TENTHS – JUST ADD V’ AND THE SINGLE NUMBER

 

EXAMPLE – 21 = ESRIM V’ECHAD

EXAMPLE – 55 = HAMISHIM V’HAMESH

 

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NEW VOCABULARY

HA – The

ISH – Man (Ha-ish – The Man)

ISHA – Woman (Ha-isha – The Woman)

YELED – Boy (Ha-yeled  – The Boy)

YALDAH – Girl (Ha-yaldah – The girl)

 

LA’ASOT – Verb (To Do or To Make)

 

MA AT OSA – What are you doing? (Fem)

MA ATA OSE – What are you doing (Masc)

 

Ma at osa be-sof ha-shavua – What are you doing this weekend? (Fem)

Ma ata ose be-sof ha-shavua – What are you doing this weekend? (Masc)

 

Ma at osa? – What do you do? (Fem – for a living)

Ma ata ose? – What do you do? (Masc – for a living)

Ani osa kniyot – I am shopping (Fem)
Ani ose kniyot – I am shopping (Masc)

 

LEEHOV – Verb (To like/love)

 

AT OHEVET YAIN? – Do you like wine? (Fem)

ATA OHEV YAIN? – Do you like wine? (Masc)

 

AT OHEVET KNIYOT? – Do you like shopping? (Fem)

ATA OHEV KNIYOT? – Do you like shopping (Masc)

 

Ken, ani ohevet kniyot! – Yes, I like shopping (Fem)

Lo, ani lo ohev kniyot! – No I do not like shopping (Masc)

 

BAT KAMA AT? – How old are you? (Fem)

BEN KAMA ATAH? – How old are you? (Masc)

ANI BAT HAMISHIM V’SHTAIM – I am 52 (Fem)

ANI BEN SHMONA-ESRE – I am 18 (Masc)

 

YAMIM HA SHAVUA (DAYS OF THE WEEK)

YOM REVI’I  (masculine) – Wednesday

 

Let’s Read!

ו Vav

(“V” SOUND AS IN “Violin” – often used with the nikkud)

ז Zayin

(“Z” sound as in “Zoo”)

ח Heit

(“H” sound as in “House” but with guttural)

 

NOW TO READ!

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