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Modern Hebrew For Beginners – Lesson 2

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Welcome to Lesson 2 of Modern Hebrew for Beginners – Hebrew for Christians or Messianic Believers!

Are you a Christian who wants to learn Hebrew to further your biblical studies? Or maybe you are planning a trip to Israel! These lessons will help teach both conversational and written Hebrew! MESSIANIC | JEWISH ROOTS | HEBREW #hebrewforchristians #learnhebrew
 
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Please go back and listen to lesson one HERE  if you have not already This lesson’s audio is also available for download at the end of the page!  

 

Notes to follow with audio:

Bevakasha – “you’re welcome”…also means “Please”

Al lo davar Ein be’ad ma  – both mean basically “its nothing” – more formal  

Ma Nishma?   How are you? (Literally “What is heard” It is like our ‘what’s up’ or ‘what’s new’ or ‘what have you been up to’?)  

Numbers:

1 Echad

2 Shtaim

3 Shalosh

4 Arba

5 Hamesh  

Days of the Week:

Shabbat – Saturday – the Sabbath    

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Vocabulary

English – Anglit

You – At (Feminine) – Ata (Masculine)  

Speak – Present Tense Medeberet (Feminine) Medeber (Masculine)

At medeberet anglit?  Do you speak English (Feminine) Ata medeber anglit?   Do you speak English (Masculine)  

They will answer with either ken (yes) or lo (no) They may say “Ken ani medeberet anglit” or “Ken ani medeber anglit” or they may say “Lo, ani lo medeberet (or medeber) anglit”  

Let’s Read

Aleph  א  (‘A’ sound like ‘ah’)

Beit בּ or Veit ב (Beit sounds like ‘bait’ and has a B sound like in ‘boy’ and Veit rhymes with Wait and has a V sound like in ‘vet’)

Always read Hebrew from right to left  

א בּ א

Abba  – This is the word “father” “daddy” Thank you for listening!  Toda!!  

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Shalom!

Download this lesson’s audio  Hebrew Lesson 2

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18 Comments

  1. What a cool tool! Thanks so much for sharing this! Learning Hebrew and Greek are on my list of things I would really love to do, but probably never will. Haha… but maybe you’ll teach me enough to ignite my passion enough to actually do it! So cool!

  2. Diane, this is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing part of your Jewish heritage with us through these lessons! I LOVE the beauty of language, and what a gift it is to be able to read the Bible in Hebrew! My husband has taken Hebrew in seminary, and now I will be able to share with him what I have learned! 🙂

    1. That is so awesome Christin!! I will have lesson 3 coming out shortly that will start to go into the Names of God and other things that will lead up to learning some of the blessings. So you can wow him with your knowledge LOL

  3. This was wonderful Diane, thank you! Is it possible to put the written Hebrew in with the phrases we are learning? I find the more exposure there is to the language, the easier it is to pick up. Anyway, just a thought. Thank you again for your time and care!

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