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Welcome to Lesson 3 of conversational modern Hebrew for beginners.

 

Link to main Hebrew for Believers page is Here

 

Welcome to Lesson 3 of Modern Hebrew for Beginners – Hebrew for Christians or Messianic Believers! CHRISTIAN BLOGS | CHRISTIAN BLOGS FOR WOMEN | CHRISTIAN BLOGGER | CHRISTIAN BLOGGING | CHRISTIAN WOMEN | CHRISTIAN WOMEN BIBLE STUDIES| MESSIANIC | JEWISH ROOTS

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Audio Notes:

Vocabulary

“Boker tov  v’bruchim ha-baim l’ivrit”

Tov – Good

Boker tov – Good Morning

Erev tov – Good evening

Laila tov – Good night

 

Baruch haba (singular) Bruchim ha-baim (plural) – Welcome
Baruch haba b’Shem Adonai – Blessed is He Who comes in the Name of the Lord

 

Adonai – Lord

HaShem – The Name

Elohim – God

 

Sliha = Excuse me or I am sorry

I’m sorry –
Ani mitstaer (m)
Ani mitstaeret (f)

Ktsat = A little
Example – At medeberet anglit?(f)
Ktsat

 

Ivrit – Hebrew

 

Pronouns

She – hi (She speaks English = Hi medeberet anglit)

He – hu (He speaks English = Hu medeber anglit)

 

NUMBERS

6  Shesh

7  Sheva

8  Shmone

9  Tesha

10  Eser

 

Days of the Week

Yom Sheni – Monday (masculine)
Yom = Day
Yamim = Days
Shevua = Week
Yamim ha shavua = Days of the week (HA = THE)

 

Let’s Read!

 

 Gimel  ג

(‘G’ sound like ‘Girl’)

 

Dalet ד

(‘D’ sound like in “Dog”)

 

Now to read your second word in Hebrew!

Read Hebrew from right to left

ד ג

 

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My name is Diane and I am a wife and mom, a Jewish believer in Yeshua (Jesus) and yes, a blogger. I live in BEAUTIFUL Northwestern Connecticut and when I am not blogging, you will find me spending time with my husband and kiddos…or up in my craft room designing custom tumblers, making reading pillows or quilting! I am also an avid amateur genealogist and love researching my family history!

2 Thoughts on “Hebrew for Believers – Lesson Three”

  • Hey! I’ve been enjoying these posts on learning Hebrew! I have notebook I use for taking notes and practice writing the new Hebrew letters. I’m listening to this lesson again, to refresh myself with some stuff that I may have missed. Anyway, I look forward to listening and learning more a bout Hebrew! Thank you so much for making these! A true blessing to me! Oh…I almost pronounced the Hebrew word at the bottom correct, weird to read right to left! Thanks again!

    • That is awesome Bonnie!! I am so glad you’re enjoying the lessons!! And way to go on almost pronouncing dag right!! It’s certainly not easy without the vowels!!

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