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The Hebrew language is made up of 17 consonants and 5
gutturals: The letters (Gutturals)
2 out of the 17 consonants are quiet: The and the .
Gutturals
The guttural letters come out from the throat
The difference between the consonants and the gutturals is that
the gutturals can't take a
There are 3 half vowels: The vowels.…read more

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A
joins 2 words together. It is like a hyphen in English.
and
Most words in Hebrew are (The emphasis is on the last part
of the word)
Occasionally, words are (The emphasis is on the second last
part of the word)
Most words have a ­ which signifies that it is
Often when words have a ­ t
hey will be even though
they have no e.g.
Locative
Locative : Instead of placing a before a noun (making it `to...…read more

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There are many reasons for a . Here are a few of them.
1. In a `Definite Article' E.g.
2. In the letters
If any of these six letters begin a word there will be a in them
If any of these come after a silent they will have a
E.g.
The rule does not apply if the previous word finishes as an
open syllable
3. If there is a missing letter in the word, a will be put there to
take its place
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Exceptions
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Monosyllable Duo Syllable
Any Vowel
(The will have a or
underneath it depending on: The vowel
and whether it's a mono or duo syllable word)
With an:
Monosyllable Duo Syllable
Any Vowel
(The will have a or
underneath it depending on: The vowel and
whether it's a mono or duo syllable word)
Inseparable Prepositions
Prepositions are words such as E.g.…read more

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If the word already began with a (A word may not start with 2
consecutive `s)
Solution:
A goes under the / / with a after it.
E.g.
2. If the word began with a
Solution:
The with the disappears
E.g.
3. If the word began with a (A
is considered like a
)
Solution:
The vowel under the / / follows the
E.g.
(The follows the 's
)
(The follows the 's
)
(The follows the 's
)
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Definite Article)
If you want to put a Definite Article and a / / , together before a
word: The gets removed, and the under the / / changes
to a
E.g.
Exceptions
1. If the word starts with a
Solution:
The disappears and the vowel under the / / changes
E.g.
(Indefinite Article)
In Hebrew if you want to use the letter as a preposition: A
goes below the and a goes in the next letter
E.g. From A Horse
Exceptions
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The word mainly comes before a `Definite Object.'
E.g. He took the ball
How to tell if the Article
is Definite?
The way to tell if an article is definite is as follows:
1. If the word has a definite article before it
E.g.
2. If the word the word itself is definite already
E.g. A Name
The word is by default definite and there is no need for a definite
article to be put in front of it
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Nouns
Unlike English where there are 3 Genders, in Hebrew there are only 2
(Masculine and Feminine)
How to tell the Gender and Number (Singular/Plural)
Feminine Singular (FS) ­ If the word ends in
E.g. Charity
Exceptions for FS
The word is Masculine (There may be other exceptions)
Masculine Singular (MS) ­ All other words that don't end in
E.g. ­ City
Feminine Plural (FP) ­ If the word ends in
E.g.
Masculine Plural (MP) ­ If the word ends in
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