According to Kabbalah, Hebrew is the sacred language, the language created by the Creator. It is considered the DNA of the cosmos and were the Alefbet to be withdrawn by the Creator, all that exists would cease to be. We know that by scanning the Hebrew letters our soul connects to the energy they contain. We have developed our very own Transliteration Guidelines, which all of our siddurim are based on, so that it is not necessary to learn Hebrew if you wish to speak the words. However, for many that is simply not enough. For this reason, we have developed our own Hebrew lessons, exercises, and study tools so that you may learn the basics of Hebrew and learn to read and speak without relying on transliteration.

Lesson 1 - The Alef-Bet
Learning the Alef-Bet is the foundation of all Hebrew. Hebrew is a very simple language, but in order to learn it, you must be able to read its alphabet. This is probably the most important lesson of all, and it should be studied at your own pace and until you are able to recognize every letter, nikud (vowel point), and the sounds that they make.

The number before the dash corresponds to that lesson number. Many lessons will have several exercises.

Exercise 1-1

Hebrew Letter Flash Cards: Aleph-Yud
Each flash card has the letter and it's alternative/final forms on the front with the sound that it makes. On the back of the card is the name of the letter, its numerical value, and information from the Sefer Yetzirah about that letter.

Each set of flash cards can either be printed on Avery® Business Cards #8371 or #5371 or you may simply print them out on card stock and cut along the dotted line on the back. Put the paper into the printer and click PRINT, select CURRENT PAGE, and click OK. Turn the paper over and then click PRINT, select PAGES and enter 2 in the FROM: box, and click OK.

Hebrew Letter Flash Cards: Chaf-Reish
Each flash card has the letter and it's alternative/final forms on the front with the sound that it makes. On the back of the card is the name of the letter, its numerical value, and information from the Sefer Yetzirah about that letter.

Each set of flash cards can either be printed on Avery® Business Cards #8371 or #5371 or you may simply print them out on card stock and cut along the dotted line on the back. Put the paper into the printer and click PRINT, select CURRENT PAGE, and click OK. Turn the paper over and then click PRINT, select PAGES and enter 2 in the FROM: box, and click OK.

Hebrew Letter Flash Cards: Shin-Nikudot (Vowels)
Each flash card has the letter and it's alternative/final forms on the front with the sound that it makes. On the back of the card is the name of the letter, its numerical value, and information from the Sefer Yetzirah about that letter. The nikudot cards have the vowel mark and the sound that it makes on the front with the vowel point names on the back. Please note that like vowel sounds are grouped on one card.

Each set of flash cards can either be printed on Avery® Business Cards #8371 or #5371 or you may simply print them out on card stock and cut along the dotted line on the back. Put the paper into the printer and click PRINT, select CURRENT PAGE, and click OK. Turn the paper over and then click PRINT, select PAGES and enter 2 in the FROM: box, and click OK.

 

 

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