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Learn ALL Hebrew Alphabet in 40 Minutes - How to Write and Read Hebrew

  • Опубліковано 22 січ 2018
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    In this video, you’ll be able to learn everything you need to know about Hebrew writing. We will teach you how to WRITE and READ characters of the Hebrew alphabet. We will teach you those using simple steps and giving you common Hebrew words. If you want to get started reading and writing Hebrew, this is THE place to start.
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КОМЕНТАРІ • 5 тис.

  • @HebrewPod101
    @HebrewPod101  Рік тому +70

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    • @middleeasternfriendshipcen4838
      @middleeasternfriendshipcen4838 Рік тому +6

      I listend to this video which is up to the letter K but could not hear the rest of the alphabet. Is it possible to hear the second part?

    • @dimidzam9794
      @dimidzam9794 Рік тому +1

      I can't believe I listened to this for free

    • @flamesff1m261
      @flamesff1m261 Рік тому +1


    • @whatsupdocchemdog5994
      @whatsupdocchemdog5994 Рік тому +1

      Would be nice to have a ROKU app and then subscribe that way...I rather learn watching my TV not a computer screen as these screens are bad for our eyes.

    • @streetpunch8684
      @streetpunch8684 Рік тому

      Where is the first lesson

  • @thomaschek75
    @thomaschek75 Рік тому +177

    0:59 Alef 02:11 Bet/ Vet 06:31 Gimmel 08:08 Kamac 09:09 "Koma" 09:35 Dalet. 13:01 Patah. 16:08 Hirik 17:00 Shuruk. 17:50 Holam male. 20:18 Zajin 22:10 Chet 24:40 Tet. 26:13 Shva. 28:20 Kav 29:25 Kav sofit. 33:42 Lamed. 35:00 Segol. 35:52 Mem

  • @ABCD-ju6pk
    @ABCD-ju6pk 4 роки тому +1420

    I am a Hebrew Native speaker, and i think she is teaching in a good way that people can study easily.

    • @ABCD-ju6pk
      @ABCD-ju6pk 4 роки тому +7

      FAT cat depends on you😊

    • @ABCD-ju6pk
      @ABCD-ju6pk 4 роки тому +4

      @@architdubey5196 Shalom u bracha

    • @Stuit3rb4l
      @Stuit3rb4l 4 роки тому +22

      So why did she suddenly start writing the B's and V's different after 12 mins? Weird!

    • @merdyagustianto
      @merdyagustianto 4 роки тому +1

      can you please tell me how to write Ecclesiastes in Hebrew?

    • @YaacovLink
      @YaacovLink 3 роки тому +12

      @@merdyagustianto קֹהֶלֶת

  • @jinanb3625
    @jinanb3625 3 роки тому +860

    I'm an Arab and Hebrew has always been one of the languages that i've always wanted to learn because i find it very interesting.

    • @psalm3496
      @psalm3496 3 роки тому +60

      Jesus loves you!! hes coming soon:D

    • @fatguy3814
      @fatguy3814 3 роки тому +58

      We swear by Allah that we to believe that he will come. But not as a messenger of God as sent before for we are aware they that did not kill him and he has yet to taste death. he will come as a leader. For he to is a muslim - one who submits to God and all prothets were muslims , muslim means one who submits to God , To lead the Muslims against dajjaal , this is prophecy that will be fullfilled. Know that the jews of past and the ones who know their scripture know muhammad as they know there own sons. But the Jewish scholars of past threw this knowledge behind their backs
      Know that if the jews and christians followed their scripture they would come back to their original belief. Which is no doubt One God alone deserves to be worshiped, and he does not take any partners.
      We follow the Prothet of the time. At the time moses we follow Moses, at the time of Noah, we follow him, at the time Jesus we follow him and what he was sent with. This is how God has chosen to guide mankind. By sending messengers and scriptures. The original message did not change at all.
      This is the way of our father abraham and Adam. They said worship God alone and do not make partners with him.
      Worship means to lower your self out of love and honour. Realise you are a human that is in need.
      This is same this thing our messenger Jesus had come with. And he never said worship me or that he was God, while he was a servant and one in need of God himself he never said this.
      Rather these are lies against God and his messengers and goes against the teachings in which all the messengers had come with. Know that the final Messenger had come and he has told everyone this message worship God Alone and do not set up partners. He was a human a servant of God and a messenger one in need.
      We affirm this we understand that humans have no power of their own except with God's permission. The message is the same and we follow this was the way of our father abraham. And our Lord is one Lord and we will never set up partners with him.
      Do not get muddled with the usage of Arabic . It is just a chosen language like other chosen languages of past.
      Allah is not a different creator. This name is used by the jews and the christians of old.
      It means God in arabic.
      It is better to use Allah for the word God has been misused.

    • @truusolja91
      @truusolja91 3 роки тому +4

      Is it similar in anyway

    • @shalayadawson2885
      @shalayadawson2885 3 роки тому +47

      @@fatguy3814 Jesus is the ONLY WAY THE ONLY TRUTH AND THE ONLY LIFE !! Repent for the kingdom of heaven is at hand, and no man can get to the father EL, Jehovah without Yohoshua Jesus Christ!!!!!!!!

    • @manessvijay
      @manessvijay 3 роки тому

      what will happen when all who taste power sending it's citizens to ext lockdowns arenow preparing to get its people vaxxed resulting in surely loosing our billion+ years evolved organic dna once forall

  • @charisdeeabraham2113
    @charisdeeabraham2113 Рік тому +192

    I thought Hebrew was impossible to learn, the weird alphabet, writing from right to left and everything else, but this video has just proven me wrong. I'll dedicate 30 minutes every day to learning Hebrew...I can't wait to buy a Hebrew Bible 😊.
    Much thanks to the team behind this channel.

    • @Queretonix
      @Queretonix Рік тому +9

      Well? How is it going?

    • @charisdeeabraham2113
      @charisdeeabraham2113 Рік тому +9

      @@Queretonix so far so tov (good) I should get be able to communicate in Hebrew in six months or so.

    • @Queretonix
      @Queretonix Рік тому +6

      @@charisdeeabraham2113 בהצלחה אחי!

    • @sashalafrutilla5500
      @sashalafrutilla5500 9 місяців тому +2

      ​@@charisdeeabraham2113 how is it going?

    • @matematicaluan
      @matematicaluan 7 місяців тому

      hey, how is it going?

  • @mulugetagergis6438
    @mulugetagergis6438 11 місяців тому +19

    Hebrew and Arabic both written from right to left and are semetic languages. Arabic has also nikkud and in handwritng the letters are 95% connected each others.
    I like to learn also the Hebrew language. Thank you for your simple way of teaching.

  • @ahlammallak8853
    @ahlammallak8853 2 роки тому +100

    Arabic is my mother tongue and I speak 4 other languages. But Hebrew is my favorite and I really want to learn it so much. It is interesting how similar Hebrew and Arabic are, this makes it so much fun and easy to learn! Thanks a lot for the great content ❤️ please keep them coming

  • @NuhanHidayat
    @NuhanHidayat 4 роки тому +78

    As someone who already know how to read and write in Arabic, learning Hebrew is not as hard i i thought it would be 😄 thank you sooo much for the video 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    • @kapiti4041
      @kapiti4041 4 роки тому +5

      I'm actually an Israeli pupil. I'm learning Arabic at seventh grade and the similarities between the languages ​​helps to learn them

    • @alexanderwang_
      @alexanderwang_ 2 роки тому

      @@kapiti4041 yeah you're right..

    • @GirlyEnglishGamer
      @GirlyEnglishGamer 2 роки тому

      Yeah they're pretty much the same

    • @user-po9iy3pk2y
      @user-po9iy3pk2y Рік тому +1

      @@GirlyEnglishGamer they're similar but theyr enot nearly the same

    • @mesterblox6337
      @mesterblox6337 Рік тому

      @@GirlyEnglishGamer They belong to the same semitic family language as well as aramaic

  • @MayimHastings
    @MayimHastings Рік тому +29

    I’m on day 7 and i am 10 letters and 13 words in! I’ve committed to at least an hour a day, six days a week with every other day for introducing new stuff and the other three days for drills. Ive watched a million language learning videos in multiple languages, and this is hands down the easiest, most unintimidatingly efficient video i have ever seen! It gives my confidence and goes at just the right pace. The only thing i would love to see added is the transliterated words for the letters and such. Thank you to everyone involved in this video!

    • @chaki2122
      @chaki2122 11 місяців тому +1

      Good that u learn but The grammar is so hard I’m a speaker and it’s still hard for me שלום

    • @khasi4691
      @khasi4691 10 місяців тому +1

      Hi,,can u wrote my name "Ryngkatbor" in hebrew plz!?

    • @shakitz1
      @shakitz1 6 місяців тому

      @@khasi4691 רינגקבטור

  • @jeffhudson3518
    @jeffhudson3518 5 років тому +27

    Hello , and thank you Yanna, I remember the difference between Zayin and Gimmel by comparing it to the letter "C " in English, and counting to 3. The letter "C " is the 3rd letter in the English alphabet . The 3rd letter in the Hebrew Aleph-Bet is Gimmel... which looks like a "c" with a line coming out of it. Then that leaves the remaining letter Zayin to be the opposite of a Gimmel, or a backwards "C", with a line on top...

    • @queertearss
      @queertearss Рік тому +2

      When I was an itty bitty second-grader learning how to spell, I just remembered them like parentheses. Gimmel is the starting parentheses, and Zayin is the closing parantheses

    • @NovaWar7
      @NovaWar7 6 місяців тому

      The Gimmel in Hebrew writing reminds of the Gim in Arabic Writing.

  • @bunnylady6758
    @bunnylady6758 2 роки тому +343

    How wonderful it must be to read God's Word in its original language.

  • @mikewilliams2687
    @mikewilliams2687 4 роки тому +13

    Very nice presentations. I have learned aleph bet in book form, script(or cursive) and print(block style), along with vowel markings, dagesh, sofits, but seeing and hearing from one who is fluent makes it so much easier to grasp. So glad I found your videos, and thanks. I will continue to learn, mainly for Bible study/research, hopefully to visit Israel one day.

  • @ql6308
    @ql6308 2 роки тому +85

    I am a Chinese and a Christian. I like to learn Hebrew so I can read Bible in Hebrew to better understand IT in original language. Thank you for this teaching and even I can learn this quickly even though we are in totally different language systems.

    • @AR-cy9nv
      @AR-cy9nv 7 місяців тому +6

      I have the same intention

    • @elijahdiaz9794
      @elijahdiaz9794 3 місяці тому +5

      I am an American and a Christian. I am learning to Hebrew for the same reason

    • @solidao7311
      @solidao7311 2 місяці тому +1

      Sou brasileiro e cristão, estou aprendendo pelo mesmo motivo

    • @tornadofay
      @tornadofay 2 місяці тому

      plot twist: Jesus never spoke Hebrew, but Aramaic is best known as the language Jesus spoke. Also The oldest preserved inscriptions are from this period and written in Old Aramaic. so you still reading a Translation and not in the original language.

    • @abc123fhdi
      @abc123fhdi Місяць тому

      the Bible is written in classical Hebrew, so it's different from the modern version. You may want to take a course in classical Hebrew to read the Bible in the original language while taking this class to learn Modern Hebrew spoken by people today outside the synagogue.

  • @Renae5147
    @Renae5147 3 роки тому +1412

    Non-native speakers: how confused do you want us to be?
    Hebrew speakers: yes.

    • @azadbabaee2907
      @azadbabaee2907 3 роки тому +81

      Adia Aud If you think hebrew is confusing,I wonder what would you think about Arabic.
      In Iran we have to learn Arabic in school though our language is persian🤦🏼

    • @Renae5147
      @Renae5147 3 роки тому +23

      Azad Babaee I respect all cultures, and I think it’s interesting how each language sounds and how it’s formed

    • @bendaonfire0078
      @bendaonfire0078 3 роки тому +18

      @@Renae5147 as a hebrew speaker i agree lots of dumb stuff and lots of rules

    • @ashleysilk5104
      @ashleysilk5104 3 роки тому +8

      @@azadbabaee2907 lol 😂... I decided to learn though learning new things make me nervous. I like feeling nervous.

    • @Elurin
      @Elurin 3 роки тому +40

      @@bendaonfire0078 As a retired ESL teacher, I would say English perhaps has more dumb stuff than Hebrew.

  • @tunaan80
    @tunaan80 3 роки тому +27

    The alphabet is the same as arabic
    - Niqquds are vowels are also in Arabic and are in Qur'an
    - The letters are words and you take the first letter in the word when it makes a word
    - Both from right to left
    - They change in style under certain situations like letter change style depending on the letter that comes after or before it and in Hebrew style changes when written or printed
    - The Vav letter is a vertical stroke down, the same as Elif which is also a vertical stroke that is also just a vowel when a Niqqud is connected to it
    - The Arabic و (waw) and the Hebrew ܘ or ו (vav) are similar or even when it comes to the vowel, the Arabic و is pronounced u when it is in a vowel position and the Hebrew ו is a o when it is in a vowel position too

  • @Dan-vz7xu
    @Dan-vz7xu 2 роки тому +18

    Im a native english speaker who knows German, so I thought learning Yiddish would be effortless. I can understand Yiddish spoken after 6 months but it is difficult to read as it uses the Hebrew alphabet. This video has been extremely helpful in improving my Yiddish, thanks.

  • @BanshanMarwein
    @BanshanMarwein 2 роки тому +47

    I'm starting my Hebrew classes in coming week in the University, looks like this channel is going to be very helpful for my 1 year course. will keep checking and learn from you תודה

  • @naria2224
    @naria2224 2 роки тому +67

    Wow I did not think the handwriting would look so different from the normal forms of the letters. I am glad that she included the different ways the letters can look.

    • @ShotGunMiMi
      @ShotGunMiMi 10 місяців тому +3

      I am very confused why there are 3 ways to write one letter 🤪

    • @Rebecca008
      @Rebecca008 9 місяців тому +2

      @@ShotGunMiMi I think it’s similar to cursive in English. You have print, but then you have cursive which looks different compared to what is more commonly taught it school.

    • @ShotGunMiMi
      @ShotGunMiMi 9 місяців тому

      @@Rebecca008 ohhh ty that makes sense !

  • @matthewmarquisee238
    @matthewmarquisee238 Рік тому +34

    I'm an American Jew. I attended Hebrew school as a child. I learned to read, write, and speak Hebrew and for my Bar Mitzvah. 53 years later, I can't read, write, or speak a whit of Hebrew. I want to at least be able to read and speak Hebrew again so I can more fully return to my faith. Watching these videos, a lot of what I once knew is coming back to me. The teacher's native accent really helps, too.

  • @paulcampbell2997
    @paulcampbell2997 2 роки тому +28

    For a left handed person, writing right to left is great. Finally I won't smudge over what I've just written! 🙂

    • @letXeqX
      @letXeqX 2 роки тому +3

      Exactly. Also, I knew an American boy who was dyslexic in English, but had no problems with Hebrew.

    • @paulcampbell2997
      @paulcampbell2997 2 роки тому

      @@letXeqX That's facinating!

    • @letXeqX
      @letXeqX 2 роки тому +1

      @@paulcampbell2997 👍

  • @Salem_Rabbit
    @Salem_Rabbit 3 роки тому +6

    I am an Urdu speaker and our language is inspired by Arabic script. To see that all of our alphabets are technically the same is astonishing

  • @LostJedi26
    @LostJedi26 3 роки тому +9

    I love this so much. It's amazing how different people have their own teaching styles. I'm learning Hebrew this semester and loving it, but finding it hard to remember all the letters, let alone the vowels! This is helping, I think. Now to find the other nine letters...where are they?

  • @fatima-zahraezzahraoui5428
    @fatima-zahraezzahraoui5428 Рік тому +5

    Great video :) being an Arabic native speaker, I so enjoyed learning about Hebrew, as both languages share the same roots and concept, reading from right to left, vowel system, niqqud... as well as so many common words .

  • @gracetheyoutuber
    @gracetheyoutuber 3 роки тому +11

    This video is so clear and well structured, can't believe I already learned 14 alphabet through this video, thanks!

  • @AB-dr7xf
    @AB-dr7xf Рік тому +3

    An excellent, easy to follow teaching style and lesson. Very student friendly, especially for beginners & very inspiring. Thank you!

  • @lamiakhaled582
    @lamiakhaled582 3 роки тому +38

    It's so easy for me after this video i can read hebrew (i cannot understand of course 😂) but i'm super motivated i need to understand my favorit songs in hebrew and stop bothering my friends for translation.
    Hebrew rules are 99% similar to arabic.
    Thank you for the videos ❤❤❤

    • @davidmoshe2608
      @davidmoshe2608 3 роки тому +2

      as a native speaker i can tell you that hebrew it very difficult lunguage

    • @lamiakhaled582
      @lamiakhaled582 3 роки тому +4

      I'm doing well so far. I learned Korean and french so i'm kind of familiar with difficult languages. I can read and understand some words but probably at some point o will need a teacher cuz the self learning won't be enough.

    • @donnapearson466
      @donnapearson466 3 роки тому +1

      @@lamiakhaled582 Wow! I am impressed!

    • @k4r10fps7
      @k4r10fps7 2 роки тому +1

      mellow music

  • @Molach101
    @Molach101 4 роки тому +2

    I sometimes study a bit of Yiddish for fun and Hebrew videos like this are very helpful, especially for explaining loshn-koydesh spelling as well as the background of the characters

  • @alphaomega3499
    @alphaomega3499 2 роки тому +6

    English speaker who learnt Arabic, and now learning Hebrew. Having learnt Arabic years ago, I find the writing of Hebrew letters quite easy, as well as the concepts of diacritic marks and pronouncing deep glottal sounds.

  • @Mk26565
    @Mk26565 Рік тому +9

    I am native German speaker and now want to learn hebrew. This Videos are helping me a lot to learn this wonderful language👏.

  • @downtownline7839
    @downtownline7839 2 роки тому +19

    A blessing to learn Hebrew :)
    We Christians also have to learn a bit of Hebrew and Greek to understand more of the revelations of the Bible
    Another important (and fun) fact, Hebrew is also the original language of the Bible (Old Testament)
    New Testament is in Greek

  • @fluppzy6637
    @fluppzy6637 11 місяців тому +4

    I’m 15, and learned how to read Hebrew for my Torah Portion when I was like 12-13, so I decided to re-visit it in hopes of learning how to read it again! (I also would like to know how to read Russian or other languages with different alphabets, I feel like it’d be fun and useful)

  • @childofgodmercy3126
    @childofgodmercy3126 Рік тому +6

    Very very easy to learn .. thankyou so much for teaching in a easy way 🙏🏻 hope I'll learn , talk and write soon in Hebrew fluently 😊

  • @agnosticarab8964
    @agnosticarab8964 11 місяців тому +3

    I was looking for an video to teach my kids arabic. Ended up learning hebrew instead. Why aren’t there well made videos like this one to teach arabic? Keep up the good work ❤

  • @user-zn3ey4ei3f
    @user-zn3ey4ei3f 10 місяців тому +5

    Beautiful video, I really liked it, I am a teacher in Israel and also make videos on UA-cam to teach Hebrew. Glad there is another cannon like you in the field.

  • @luzlarotta1873
    @luzlarotta1873 Рік тому +5

    Jana is the best teacher ever. I have learned a lot with her. She pauses and smiles making Hebrew learning fun.

  • @randyhoffmann9028
    @randyhoffmann9028 4 роки тому +9

    I appreciate your efforts and uploading videos to help those that wish to learn, thank you so much! I do rather think it would be useful, helpful and expected from most people learning a different language (in full or in part) if you could have spelled out the names of the alphabet..This would help a person like me a lot. I need to see the words I am speaking also and this helps my learning as I can spell out the spoken words such as ALEF, BEIT and then underneath this example the viewers can visually see what you have spoken and it helps as I have to open other pages for this much needed tool of learning...and understand the pronunciations which apply to the language you represent as in English it may be spoke as you say here but your accent reveals to me that you at the very least speak another language so your accent makes hearing your pronunciations impossible as far as articulations of phonics and vowels are not heard as well....But thank you, it's just my opinion that it would increase the usefulness and audience in which you have targeted for all of the work, effort and input you have in the lives of others can be much more fully appreciated,,, Shalom!

    • @FuturePerfectEnglish
      @FuturePerfectEnglish Місяць тому

      I think the lessons already are content-heavy: three writing styles, the names of all letters, plenty of new words. Adding any additional information would make things too complicated. You can watch other videos with more emphasis on Ashkenazi, Sephardic, Mizrachi or Biblical pronunciation, with translations of all letter names etc. etc. Those won't be complete either because every letter is worth one hour of talking. Some information covered here will be intentionally omitted there.

  • @_dinonerd_
    @_dinonerd_ Рік тому +5

    Thank you so much! I’m learning Hebrew In school but it way more harder ! I’m so lucky that I found you to help me remember everything!

  • @maggimadison9253
    @maggimadison9253 4 роки тому +14

    This was so much easier than Hebrew school when I was a kid! Thank you for posting it!

  • @user-zb5zr5we4x
    @user-zb5zr5we4x 2 роки тому +6

    As a native hebrew speaker I am surprised by how accurate this video is

  • @user-hi8vb8rg5s
    @user-hi8vb8rg5s 4 роки тому +1826

    As an Iranian I enjoyed this video and Hebrew language. I was interested in this language and decided to continue learning. I like Israelis . I hope some day We (Iranian and Israelis) see each other .Peace on both Iran and Israel.

    • @urimamalia9375
      @urimamalia9375 4 роки тому +261

      We should know each other before we saying we hate each other. I hope for peace 🇮🇱❤🇮🇷

    • @user-hi8vb8rg5s
      @user-hi8vb8rg5s 4 роки тому +54

      @@urimamalia9375 exactly

    • @jona7200
      @jona7200 4 роки тому +8


    • @dollyocean2330
      @dollyocean2330 4 роки тому +11

      @@jona7200 indeed

  • @larrycraft7522
    @larrycraft7522 2 роки тому +1

    I think Jana is doing a wonderful job, as she is easy to understand, and makes comments to make the letters easy to understand. Her examples are excellent.
    I am confused by the way the letter H is printed in cursive. In my Hebrew books, and looking online, the H appears to be two semicircles, one inside the other. This is the only place I have seen where the cursive H is looking similar to the capital letter H. This may be a matter of style, and not an error.
    The other issue is of more concern: the person putting in the subtitles, doesn't appear to understand Hebrew, especially when writing down the sound of a letter and vowel. It may be the opposite: knowing Hebrew, and not understanding English.

  • @beyondcommonera6690
    @beyondcommonera6690 3 роки тому +1

    Thanks so much for posting an informative, yet entertaining lesson. I've been using it to learn the basics!

  • @muddywaters538
    @muddywaters538 Рік тому

    Thank you for these quick learning lessons on how to learn Hebrew correctly. It’s important to get to the root of words. I did one on one lessons for several months with an Israeli teacher. I don’t have the time or money now, but I want to keep up with the language.

  • @darkincognito3826
    @darkincognito3826 3 роки тому +163

    I am supposed to be sleeping but for reasons unknown to mankind, I am learning Hebrew.

    • @shalev3368
      @shalev3368 2 роки тому +4

      same, and I know Hebrew.

    • @unknownk.784
      @unknownk.784 2 роки тому +1

      Same lol.

    • @darkincognito3826
      @darkincognito3826 2 роки тому +2

      @@unknownk.784 Wow, this comment was 1 Yr ago. I forgot about it.

    • @sgmtoys4738
      @sgmtoys4738 2 роки тому

      @@shalev3368 wait what😮

    • @shalev3368
      @shalev3368 2 роки тому

      @@sgmtoys4738 im from ISrael

  • @MostPowerfulPMofIndia
    @MostPowerfulPMofIndia 3 роки тому +4

    This pod is fantastic I am from India and I am learning Hebrew out of great interest entirely from this channel. This channel provides the most organized content to learn the language entirely on one's own. Fantastic best resource to learn Hebrew. No other channel provides good content all are fourth class. This is excellent. World class. Will teach my students and children also.

    • @letXeqX
      @letXeqX 2 роки тому

      I was visiting in Varanasi and there was a boy who sold beautiful tapestries, he was maybe 10 years old. He spoke excellent hebrew that he learned just from the Israeli customers who came to his shop and spoke with him. Brilliant kid.

  • @arpitadutta220
    @arpitadutta220 3 роки тому +3

    I am an Indian and I am a Bengalee. The Nikkud system in Hebrew is quite like 'kar' system in out Bengali language. We used to add vowel as different sign which we call in Bengali as "kar" to a consonant .For A sound we use a kar for i sound we use I kar and just like that we follow.
    I also found that when beth and weth or gimen or jah was separated using a sign on the top of the alphabet it was looking like "ducten" system used in Hiragana(Japanese).

  • @dawitbekele9488
    @dawitbekele9488 2 роки тому +2

    I have taken Biblical Hebrew and one course of modern Hebrew. My mother tongue is a derivative of Hebrew and I am really learning a lot from this video God bless!

  • @art.demirjian9721
    @art.demirjian9721 4 роки тому +1

    Every language adds an special value in the mind of an individual. Which could be good enough to make someone very proud to have it. Nice to learn Hebrew to have better understanding about Bible, the foundation of Jewish and Christian Faith, because learning anything it comes to mind through "Original Language" always becomes much more productive than any other translation. Hopefully! I can generate enough mental energy, which helps me to learn some degree of Hebrew Language.

  • @Micah88
    @Micah88 2 місяці тому +1

    Hey 😊 I’m only just starting to learn the biblical/classical Hebrew and I came here after a few biblical Hebrew lessons. It seems like it’s easier to learn the Biblical Hebrew first and then come back later if you want to learn modern Hebrew as Biblical Hebrew starts you off with the niqqud. I just caught on more easily as I was watching an listening to you teach because I dealt with it in Biblical Hebrew. Thank for the awesome lessons. I’m really starting to enjoy it and even starting to take a deeper look into the history of the Israeli people in order to assist with getting and better grasp and understanding of the language.

  • @erickaa9816
    @erickaa9816 5 років тому +38

    Love this! Can't wait to learn Hebrew! 💕

    • @frogsaredebest1938
      @frogsaredebest1938 5 років тому +5

      ericka a מקווה בשבילך שתלמדי מהר עברית ותבקרי בישראל🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

    • @aishaahmed3736
      @aishaahmed3736 2 роки тому +2

      @@richardphilip9323 No.

  • @cfcreative1
    @cfcreative1 3 роки тому

    After a few years this is starting to sink in. I think if you decide you want to learn letters, words, pronounciation everything it is a deeper way to learn. Think back to when you were a child. Putting pieces together. Looking at it on a page. Remembering short words and a few letters at a time. My grandfather is my inspiration and now I have a friend that knows it and I am going to try stuff with him.

  • @AkashDas-cg9ur
    @AkashDas-cg9ur 5 років тому +1

    Awesome teaching style. Things are being so easy by her. Thank for such an amazing video.

  • @Goodmansvision
    @Goodmansvision Рік тому +1

    Very good 👍 lesson 👏 Very easy to learn Hebrew! I appreciate your efforts 👌

  • @raimiranda126
    @raimiranda126 3 роки тому +25

    I'm more comfortable with the print version 😊 Thank you.
    תודה רבה לך

  • @finethanku
    @finethanku Місяць тому

    It is my first day studying Hebrew. I can't believe that I can write "abba" and "fish" in Hebrew already , even though they are the very basic words in our daily life. I am looking to learning more about this language. Thank you for this great opportunity.

  • @annakovars2934
    @annakovars2934 4 роки тому +1156

    Me: Already knows Hebrew
    Also me: watching this video

  • @mrd9911
    @mrd9911 Рік тому +1

    Thanks for a useful and clear video. The language sounds almost same as Persian. By each new common language people become closer to each other. All the best for you! Shalom and Peace!

  • @Joshua-sp1kd
    @Joshua-sp1kd 2 роки тому +6

    Thank you HebrewPod101, lately I have been drawn to learn the language and these videos are the way to do it. I got to subscribe for $1 and I’ve been learning alongside the Lesson Notes and Quizzes. I can’t wait to read the Bible someday and find all the double-meanings and appreciate it for the poetry it is ❤️

  • @shahindranmoonieya4742
    @shahindranmoonieya4742 2 роки тому +7

    I find your lessons to be beautifully fluid and easy to follow, a natural teacher! as a reader and writer of Devanagari for Hindi and sanskrit as well as Tamil and Arabic, I am enjoying your tuition.

  • @0lga0lga27
    @0lga0lga27 3 роки тому

    I am very grateful to the authors and the Presenter of this project for the opportunity to refresh English and Hebrew at the same time - my native language is Russian, and I learned Hebrew in Ulpan a couple of years ago and the methodology in Ulpan is different, albeit good in its own way. תודה רבה

  • @joelin5940
    @joelin5940 Рік тому

    Thank you so much for this excellent and helpful video! Please tell me, where can I find part II about the remaining 10 alphabets for this video? I searched but could not find it; your teaching way is excellent! (even better than Yaara If coming out with a part II )

  • @aniyahdilovelilioness747
    @aniyahdilovelilioness747 5 років тому +21

    The Most Powerful language for our people! HalleluYah 🙌

  • @hitekrednek7664
    @hitekrednek7664 3 роки тому +38

    This lesson is amazing, but it stops at Mem, so it isn't really the entire alphabet. There's a shorter video where she covers the whole thing in a shorter format without the extra example words. It's okay, but I really miss those example words with the later letters. I learned a lot from them.

    • @joan2474
      @joan2474 6 місяців тому

      Where can we find it?

  • @jennyharris6650
    @jennyharris6650 4 роки тому +7

    Thank you ,a great confidence builder on how to learn to read and write Hebrew.Thoroughly enjoyed it.

  • @Gal-Gadot-MegaFan
    @Gal-Gadot-MegaFan 3 місяці тому

    Wow this is so helpful! I am only on 5:34 and I think this is really good.

  • @analoup6353
    @analoup6353 3 роки тому +10

    Hi. I am a filipino, living in Israel.
    Thank you hebrewpod101! I learned a lot from your lessons and still learning more. More power to all your team members 😇

    • @shirat8242
      @shirat8242 2 роки тому +2

      Hey! I know I'm late lol, but how is it going? You know the full Hebrew now?☺️

  • @Jloveus2
    @Jloveus2 Рік тому +5

    My husband is learning Hebrew and I don't want to stay behind. I love learning languages and our family already speak 3 Spanish, Portuguese and English. I like Hebrew and it's interesting. Thank you for the lessons.

  • @missylissy200
    @missylissy200 3 роки тому +25

    I'm planning on studying Hebrew, it's so beautiful and the letters are just gorgeous 😍

    • @yaelbenhai7752
      @yaelbenhai7752 2 роки тому +8

      It's really feel good when someone actually wants to learn your language

    • @letXeqX
      @letXeqX 2 роки тому +2

      Go for it, it really is a beautiful language. Much easier to learn a language when you're young, so the sooner the better!

    • @aishaahmed3736
      @aishaahmed3736 2 роки тому +3

      @@richardphilip9323 Please stop spamming.

    • @II-be1ze
      @II-be1ze 2 роки тому


  • @greatsignsinthesky4197
    @greatsignsinthesky4197 4 роки тому +1

    A very useful course and very well-placed learning for beginners. :-) Shalom

  • @HenrySchwarie
    @HenrySchwarie 3 роки тому +1

    As someone with an elementary mind, I say this should be very helpful and takes some of the stress out of learning beginners Hebrew.

  • @exar5262
    @exar5262 27 днів тому

    hebrew is my first language. the internet was given to me from an absurdly young age, and it drowned me in english media. though im able to verbally hear and speak hebrew, i've lost most of my ability to write and read it. i try so hard to re-learn the writing system but it is hard. i've felt so out of place in my own country and family, so this is honestly a blessing. thank you so much.

  • @jesusnazareth9582
    @jesusnazareth9582 3 роки тому +4

    Your teaching is so simple and easy to underestand. Thank you.

  • @antoscsaba3606
    @antoscsaba3606 2 місяці тому

    Is hebrew a complicated or complex language? Has it any relation with the German or Englisch language or is the grammar system totally different?
    I visited Israel some month ago, and I really enjoyed, I want to go back for sure ❤

  • @arthouston7361
    @arthouston7361 5 років тому +204

    I have a suggestion. When you say a new word in Hebrew, have it shown in English on the screen, so we can see the nuances of what you are saying. it will help us to fully comprehend what we are hearing, and should be saying. For example, the nikud for the O sound using Vav has a name that I was not able to catch, but if it had been seen on the screen using a phonetic English spelling, I would be able to memorize the sound and the words that describe that notation. Just an idea...

    • @whatflaptheelderlyexecuter202
      @whatflaptheelderlyexecuter202 5 років тому +2

      simple english speakers don't want that, our feet not english :)

    • @BrianSapp945
      @BrianSapp945 5 років тому +3

      שלום. היי, דוד אָפּרוען. נעמען עס גרינג אויף אים, לאָל.

    • @davidroberts3262
      @davidroberts3262 5 років тому

      Holam is the vowel

    • @DeGrate-bb5bo
      @DeGrate-bb5bo 5 років тому +6

      Nose Nose, when people try to tell you how they learn best, why not listen to them? That's all Art Houston was doing. One failing of many schools is that teachers have one teaching style, but their students have different learning styles. The only students who achieve at their potential are those whose learning style fits the teacher's teaching style. Why should that be? It is easier to change teaching style than learning style.

    • @radical7663
      @radical7663 4 роки тому +3

      Zip it lad and pay attention you muppet

  • @marciobonetti786
    @marciobonetti786 2 роки тому

    Awesome! You make it look so easy to follow. Thanks.

  • @speak-thetruth
    @speak-thetruth 4 роки тому +1

    Great teaching! I really appreciate you so much, it helps me lot.

  • @rosemarynayak7384
    @rosemarynayak7384 Рік тому +3

    I am an Indian and suddenly had an idea to learn Hebrew and thankfully I got your Chanel. I am very happy that after some days I'll be able to read Hebrew Bible. And thank-you ma'am, Toda raba. 😊

  • @galloway1992
    @galloway1992 4 роки тому

    I just started this, I am impressed by all of this. The biggest issue that I see that I am going to have is correctly pronouncing the words when it comes to speaking it. Writing it I am getting the hang of it quite well. I started this in hopes that I could learn how to write it over speaking it.

    • @adamalon85
      @adamalon85 4 роки тому

      Train in letters and nikud maybe learn some sentiments like whilenspeaking with a baby.. writhe the ilder hebrew alphabet in the start and it will be easier......after that start to learn names and some objects in hebrew.. and after that learn the grammar ...hebrew is a very different system than latin...but afyer you know the grammar its very easy to speak and write...there is no formal or informal speaking in hebrew just a lot of vocabulary

  • @maricelenomarbella2388
    @maricelenomarbella2388 3 місяці тому

    So good to study in Hebrew alphabet, thank you...👍👍

  • @clementtong8092
    @clementtong8092 3 роки тому +9

    Learned something new in the first few minutes already - in biblical Hebrew Aleph is silent. Thanks Yana! :)

  • @bitterrsweet1616
    @bitterrsweet1616 2 роки тому +2

    hebrew is proving difficult for me, but i'm hoping i'll adapt to it semi easily. thanks for the videos on the language :D

  • @jackskellington8720
    @jackskellington8720 4 роки тому

    _as a person who already knows the alphabet and can read most words already: this video actually would of been easier than the videos I use. Although, Daniel is a amazing teacher, and I'm learning modern Hebrew. But this video helped a lot with me learning the proper way to use nikud, since he taught us how to read it but not really when to use it-_

    • @jackskellington8720
      @jackskellington8720 4 роки тому

      Nikkud timestamps
      _-ooh/ -u_
      *_-note: there are a few more nikkud to learn but this is all that was shown in the video, along with more letters to learn as well. My recommendation is a Hebrew teacher named Daniel if you're learning the modern language, which can be found on UA-cam and Decks Memrise-_*

  • @Rapture777able
    @Rapture777able 2 роки тому

    Wonderful way of teaching Hebrew....
    Great job, very useful.

  • @amazingtorahforyou8182
    @amazingtorahforyou8182 3 роки тому

    Yana, you do an exceptional job!
    kol hakavod!
    --and your accent, style (and looks) makes it even more enjoyable to learn : ) You could me teach all day. ....Hopefully you are not a computer generated teacher --too hard to believe you are real.
    Keep up the exceptional work! -back to [school] work : )
    Toda & Shalom, and take care
    Baruch Hashem!

  • @georgeoriginals7506
    @georgeoriginals7506 2 роки тому +11

    I am Greek and I am very surprised how many pronouncing similarities are between Jewish and my language the Greek.......for examble in Greek alphabet we pronounce "alfa" , "beta" , "gama" , "delta"......and in Jewish you pronounce "alef" , "bet" , "gimel" , "dalet"........It is amazing❤❤❤😅

    • @lek6506
      @lek6506 2 роки тому +2

      But actually its not 'Jewish', its 'Hebrew'.

    • @georgeoriginals7506
      @georgeoriginals7506 2 роки тому

      @@lek6506 Hebrew sorry😄*️⃣

    • @RamKrishna-hf6dd
      @RamKrishna-hf6dd 5 місяців тому

      And 'agapa' in Greek is 'ahava' in Hebrew

  • @Me-wv9od
    @Me-wv9od 2 роки тому +6

    In Arabic, changing the number or position of dots can also lead to a COMPLETELY different letter. Interesting:)

    • @nettakovashi5489
      @nettakovashi5489 2 роки тому

      Yes like the difference between "Ba" "Ta" "Tha" and "Nun".

  • @rajkmasih
    @rajkmasih 3 роки тому

    Thank you very much for your wonderful and easy teaching skills, which makes you a wonderful Hebrew teacher. I really appreciate your teaching style cuz I am a teacher too. But I found only this Hebrew Alphabet till Mem. I wish if you could complete your teaching at least till completion of alphabet. Thank you.

  • @ibrahim-ct5ux
    @ibrahim-ct5ux 3 роки тому

    what's interesting about Hebrew it sounds so similar to Arabic in both alphabets and words. As an Arabic native speaker, I find it not difficult to learn Hebrew because of the huge similarity between the two languages!

  • @Anahita554
    @Anahita554 7 місяців тому

    As a Persian who wants to understand Israelis better in order to form friendships with them I'm glad that this video is available.

  • @BahaMacao
    @BahaMacao 4 роки тому +2

    Very brief, clear alphabet review. I have tried many different, I think Hebrewpod101 is one of the best

  • @terrymcwhorter3784
    @terrymcwhorter3784 2 роки тому +2

    I am enjoying this program , it has various learning levels, it is very helpful in getting started and has lots of videos that have been categorized by subject content. Not to mention the price cant be beat. Thank you !

  • @Saffron-sugar
    @Saffron-sugar Рік тому +3

    Thank you! OMG I have been struggling, with a book, for months. I just learned so much in half an hour!

  • @montakarnchuensakul6541
    @montakarnchuensakul6541 5 років тому

    Thank you so much. It's so much fun and seemed easy to write from your teaching🌝

  • @adamkhamis5832
    @adamkhamis5832 7 місяців тому +1

    You are an excellent Hebrew teacher ❤

  • @freddyohene4640
    @freddyohene4640 Рік тому

    I love the Tonation of the language. It is refreshing to the soul

  • @erjanaisabay8413
    @erjanaisabay8413 3 роки тому +2

    Thank you!!!! I am so happy that I came across your video!! Its a first solid basis on my exciting Hebrew journey!!

  • @WahlanSahlan1982
    @WahlanSahlan1982 День тому

    I love the sound of modern Hebrew. It sounds like Arabic spoken with a heavy German accent by someone with a terrible sore throat. Just awesome.

  • @yogaconandre
    @yogaconandre 5 років тому +41

    I love your lessons💞

    • @whidoineedthis
      @whidoineedthis Рік тому

      I love you.
      You should be a pro speaker by now.. How is your learning so far?

  • @andysgaragevtwin8597
    @andysgaragevtwin8597 3 роки тому

    I've only watched about the first 8 minutes of It by the time that i am writing this and i am so impressed by the simplicity of how you actually expose this beautiful and complex language. You are Indeed an intelligent nice woman. Thank you so much 🙏

  • @ernestohenao9996
    @ernestohenao9996 Рік тому

    Sería espectacular que también subieran una versión en español.
    Muchas gracias de antemano.