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The eighteenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video continues to introduce the Hebrew qal perfect strong verbs.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/qal_perfect-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and Motz...
The eighteenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew qal perfect strong verbs verbs.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/qal_perfect-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBas...
The ninteenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video continues to introduce the Hebrew qal perfect weak verbs.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/qal_perfect-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and Motzkin...
Now that you have learned the consonants, Vowels, and the syllabification of the Hebrew language, it is time for some reading practice. In this practice you will learn the names of the Books in the Tanach.Sources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblic...
The sixteenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video continues to introduce the Hebrew verbs.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/verbs-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebr...
The sixteenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video continues to introduce the Hebrew numbers.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/verbs-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical He...
The fifteenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video continues to introduce the Hebrew numbers.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/numbers-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical ...
The fourteenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew numbers.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/numbers-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Gram...
The twelfth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video continues with the Hebrew pronominal suffixes.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/pronominal-suffixes-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasic...
The thirteenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew construct chain. A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/construct-chain-hebrew.pdf Sources: The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and Motzkin Basics ...
The tenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew pronominal suffixes.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/pronominal-suffixes-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of B...
Now that you have learned the consonants, vowels, and the syllabification of the Hebrew language, it is time for some reading practice.
The ninth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew adjectives.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/adjectives-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Gra...
The tenth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew pronouns.Sources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar by Pratico and Van Pelt
Now that you have learned the consonants, Vowels, and the syllabification of the Hebrew language, it is time for some reading practice.Sources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar by Pratico and Van Pelt
The fifth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew syllables, quiescent aleph, and the Hebrew diphthong.Sources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar by Pratico and Van Pelt
Now that you have learned the consonants and vowels of the Hebrew language, it is time for some reading practice.Sources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar by Pratico and Van Pelt
The third in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew vowels.Sources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar by Pratico and Van Pelt
The fourth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew syllables.Sources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar by Pratico and Van Pelt
The first in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the aleph-bet (alphabet).Sources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar by Pratico and Van Pelt
 
 
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