The ancient language of ivrit ( עברית ) Genesis #13

in hebrew •  4 months ago

Welcome back to my DTube Hebrew reading & language series.

The full study is now on line covering the Alef-Beyt here in my blog. This is a beginners program to teach letters, vowels, and reading. The vowels are marked in this bible and are designed to help avoid confusion on what a word is and how it is pronounced. The confusion is obvious in the hundreds of interpretations globally. In modern Hebrew, only children need a niqqud or vowel marking for each letter. Old manuscripts also usually have vowels marked.

This week covers Genesis 1:23-25.

This week's reading is from Genesis 1:26-28 and God(plural), "he" said let "us" make "adam" in "our" own image. No comment on this soup of mixed plural/singular verbage. There are plenty of volumes written about the meaning of "Elohim" and "elohim". Yes,it does say "let us make adam in our own image". Let's read the verses and then go back and interpret each and learn how the word order changes to bring the verse into English.

Today brings more pieces of the puzzle that is each word. We look at how the owner of each thing (noun), or receiver of each action (verb) is built into the word. If you have been following along, you have seen that we attach and, in, over, and the at the beginning of words. We are now learning our and us can be attached at the end which is new. [green boxes]

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Many other words are marked above as a review. You see that prepositions (in, on, over, etc.) are marked but are not translated one for one as explained in earlier lessons. For review, I have marked the words and, so, and the with colored dots next to their Hebrew equals.

More explanations.

I am putting more detail into the videos My intention was to identify the vowels in each word and their sounds. Then say the word drawing the order in which to join every letter and vowel. Then say the word fluently.

For now I am ignoring cantillation marks and other notations. We can concentrate on intonation after you are reading! The definitions are all there and the word order is something you will get used to when you are able to read and compare verses. The ability to learn on your own is one of my goals for you.


Here are the links

Please click over to DTube and read the above passage with me in Hebrew.


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Mistakes: I know how to press record, then stop when I am done. I do not know much about editing. I know there are several unintended errors. Please excuse them.

We will be finishing the first chapter of Genesis soon!

This is pretty cool! The first milestone.


If you are just starting, my lessons are all here starting at Alef, adding vowels (the dots and lines) as we go, the sofit formations and numerical values. Just go to my blog and scroll to the bottom or click here

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Thanks for taking the time to watch and read.

Shabbat Shalom

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@hebrew,
"let us make adam in our own image"
I just finished my reading of this article and now moving to the video part! A great lesson and a great effort! Thank you very much ad have a great day ahead!

Shabbat Shalom~

That's greatest learning point to study hebrew language. Your contents so powerful. Everyone have bring various language across your lesson. Nice to see your blog now.

We will be finishing the first chapter of Genesis soon!

It mean very neatly those part finish and can go new part. Thanks for every support to steemians.

Shabbat Shalom

A great article and an excellent lesson for me, your video gives me a more in-depth understanding of Hebrew and it's great that you are doing such a noble job as giving us the opportunity to learn more about your beautiful language! Thank you @hebrew Resteem

Sir,
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Thank you for great writing experience.


@hebrew
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This week covers Genesis 1:23-25.
This week's reading is from Genesis 1:26-28 and God(plural), "he" said let "us" make "adam" in "our" own image. No comment on this soup of mixed plural/singular verbage.

This particular line caught my attention, and I believe God who is the "He" in the content of the above scripture said let us make Adam in "OUR" own image, I believe the our there,he was referring to Himself as God the father, God the son and God the Holy Spirit and he made man purely out of their image so man is exactly like what dey look like.

Thank you sir @hebrew for yet another wonderful insight into the word of God and thanks for always keeping us in close contact with God by bringing his word to us on the regular bases. The hebrew language is really a great, ancient and beautiful language.

I really like the way you teach us word by word, i'm following from a while, you are good sir,
Thank you for teaching us @hebrew, God bless you.

excellent, a very complicated language, but when you follow each publication every Friday, you make me easier to understand, thanks for continuing to teach us teacher @ Hebrew

Genesis ends with Israel in Egypt, ready for the coming of Moses and the Exodus. The narrative is punctuated by a series of covenants with God, successively narrowing in scope from all mankind (the covenant with Noah) to a special relationship with one people alone (Abraham and his descendants through Isaac and Jacob).

peculiarity of this verb is that it is always used with God as its subject, meaning that only God can "bara"; it is the characteristic verb for God's creative activity in Genesis 1.

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Thanks @hebrew sir for sharing this post. ☺💙

Hebrew is a oldest and beautiful langauage and when its comes from an expert like you its very interesting to learn and easy to understand...The sound rule of Hebrew is quite different but once we learn we can pronounce others language words more fluently due to practice of Hebrew Prounciation...Its not easy to learn but not even hard if I have some one like you to teach...It was very helpful for learning and am still trying to learn it....Keep on posting and teaching us @hebrew
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I’m always curious about hebrew language its interesting and unique language which is quite famous too.now I found you I’m really thanks that I’m learning hebrew language from you.keep following you and learning from you.
Thanks for sharing really appreciated..
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This definitely adds a little context to the way I was told the exodus story, I can’t wait to have a greater understanding of more of the text.
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Indeed a very useful stuff. I can't believe that someone spare his time for Mankind without any curse. Now a days time is very important thing which can not be given anyone without any benefit. But you proved @hebrew that in this world there are few humans available who are doing this service for common people to facilitate the. Anyways always keep smiling and Stay Blessed!

Your age is very long, I was remembering you some minutes ago . Shabbat shalom

I'll admit that I haven't learned a language yet that is symbol-based, so it's a little difficult for me to pick it up, but some of the things I'm starting to recognize as having seen before. If nothing else, I appreciate the chance to learn more about the word and how it was written. Sometimes it can be easy to skim over verses as I've probably heard or read them many times. It's nice to get a difference translation/interpretation to get a different, sometimes clearer explanation or understanding of the meaning.

I don't know if you've heard of The Passion Translation, but that's one that was just gifted to me by a good friend. I already had the Passion translation of Song of Songs, but this is the whole New Testament plus Song of Songs, Psalms, and Proverbs. I like how the translation is so passionate. The interpreters did a good job of communicating (I believe) the heart of God through the words.

Having a clear understanding of His heart has been needed for me recently as the last month plus has been very trying for my family. I won't get into the issues, but having a clear idea of who you are and whose you are is helpful in the tough times. Knowing God's heart for me helps me know where I stand with Him. Also, good friends and family encouraging help too!

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I agree that most interpretations are well done and they do represent the heart of the Father. I see many of the stories being difficult to mess up. There are parables that anyone who wants to can understand. Most gripping, as a father myself, is that of Job. It starts with the Father boasting about his "servant Job" talking about how upright he is, then the trials that were allowed to fall upon him, then God speaking directly to him with 80 plus questions like, "Can you put a hook in leviathan's jaw?"

I watch my young teens do incredibly stupid things, yet they mean no harm. I still see them as good kids and boast about them. However, when I see them doing something that will result in harm, I draw the line and put a stop to it. Other times, I simply redirect them so that they can learn from their mistakes.

God is a loving Father - His word directs us. . .

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It sounds like you're a really good father. You watch over your children so they don't get into too much trouble, but you let them make mistakes so they can learn.

I've been doing this a while, but sometimes I still think that God must consider me like a child with some of the stunts that I pull. He probably scratches His head and says, "I don't know. I'm all all-knowing God, but I just don't know." Ha ha. He's loving and patient though, so even when we make mistakes, He welcomes us back. I like that part a lot. The important part isn't the lack of mistakes, but instead it's that when we make mistakes that we own up to them, ask for forgiveness, and try to learn from them as we walk away from the mistakes. And if we mess up again, we just get to try again.

Hebrew is such a great language!!!Thanks for sharing.
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Great lesson and important language."Genesis " and they are presented is valuable. Great Work sir.
Thanks @hebrew
Have a great day

yes you are doing a hard and amazing work by teaching us the ancient language hebrew i feel so glad to learn another amazing language. i hope you will get more new things on it in future @hebrew
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Very very detailed explanation and understanding the genesis and interpretation is really getting easy with your blog and video tutorial.

Thank you so much @hebrew sir....steem on and stay blissful....

Very nice to enjoy. You provide teaching with good and very wise all. Thank you for sharing with very beautiful and very inspiring to continue to review.

You so great man really sir.
You my most choice.
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Adam means human ? Nice article
Shabbat shalom

ובכן, אנחנו ממשיכים עם המחקר של ההגייה של תנועות, מילים נושא ופעלים. זה כמו ללכת לבית הספר היסודי הראשון אנחנו מרגישים balbucenates עבור דרישה זו כדי למחות.
אני חושב שזה יהיה קל וגם לקרוא מה כל אחד מאיתנו אומרים.

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נֵר־לְרַגְלִי דְבָרֶךָ וְאוֹר לִנְתִיבָתִי:

you are a good teacher for your religion.

Great lesson and important language.this is valuable post.
Thanks @hebrew
Have a great day.

thanks dear for sharing this language,
god bless you.
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You are the one of the person with extraordinary skills nice to see you sir,i am so glad that you came back again.

i am eagerly waiting always when you come with hebrew language, love you sir @hebrew.
thanks for share this

it was my 7th lecture,
i am more happier because my loving language is going to be learning by me

Poco a poco estoy aprendiendo este hermoso lenguaje , se me ha hecho un poco dificil pero nunca me rindo hay que tener fortaleza y paciencia que todo se puede ,saludos.

Most welcome @hebrew
Steemit job my most choice man @hebrew
I am your post upvote and resteemit done.... best of luck

Awesome Tube! Dedicated teaching makes learning cooperative to create a desire to continue studying, it is remarkable. Have a beautiful day!

Oh yeah, I'm glad to learn another lesson, my friend @hebrew, it's especially convenient and everything becomes clear from your video, so I better understand one of the beautiful languages like Hebrew! Resteem

Identifying vowels with their sound is the real take from this article @hebrew sir. You are just like my teacher and am greatly influenced by the presentation of know-how of this language by you. Cheers...

A weekly greatly valued lesson of Hebrew. It is definitely useful to understand the bible better and have a few words standby if we ever visit Israel. It is really one of the favourite place for visit by my church where each year we have organised many trips and it is still very popular with high subscription for the Israel tour to see and experience the different bible histories at different places of Israel. Thanks for your continual effort in this!

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Like Assad in Syria, they have been tolerant of all religions and allowed all to worship as they like. I hope to visit there one day.

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Most welcome to steemit sir.
You so great man really @hebrew sir.
You my steemit job most choice man... best of luck

@hebrew
Hebrew is such a great language!!! .
It is valuable and very useful language.


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It's very informative post for studying hebrew lessons. Of course...Nice writing. I'm learning most from you @hebrew. Thanks to sharing valuable content.

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Wow it's another good important lessons! Really you are doing very hard work to teach this language for this people are inspiring to learn from you and you are teaching very easily, that's great, i support you. I'm also learning from you and the previous posts that missed following also, thanks to share and another....

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Its just an awesome teaching by you sir and not only it is creating awareness among the steemians of this great ancient language but also it is so user friendly in steemit.

Shabbat Shalom

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i gain a lot of information about hebrew language from your post..thanks for the valuable post.. @hebrew
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i love hebrew language..you are the best teacher @hebrew . you taught me the best language.
@resteem your post

it is a great language, day by day from you i know something from here,
it is an great initiative process for an learner,
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I see a good post here, it does not distinguish the religion I get and you are a good language teacher who has shared this language. yes, maybe you are very clever about the language @hebrew and I have followed you. hopefully you are in good health and can share knowledge about what you can from time to time.

@hebrew
Thanks for the information of the Bible. the very helpful language.
such a good topic & wonderful dtube video'
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Are you a teacher and continue to achieve what you want, you share the language of what you know and it is great.

very well done great blog post you made today and big thanks for sharing it with us all great to learn this :)

you teach your language in a techniq which make this language more easy & palatable to us..
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Hiii My Respected and Dear Friend Shabbat Shalom / @hebrew.. nice to see you here again after a week and a warm welcome from me to my friend. Very sorry for commenting late here. actually here in our country we are celebrating our festival 'Eid ul Fitar" after completing one month Fasting. So I am busy with my family and friends due to which not giving a proper time here on Steemit.
I always Appreciate your Hebrew reading & language series which you started here specially on Dtube which helps much to understand these lessons. Impressive teaching skills and your Efforts for this historic and ancient language give extra edge for its promotion and awareness. My Support and Love for your Passion. Stay Blessed.

Hebrew is an interesting language.... I am always curious about to learn this language.... Your lessons are always helpful to me.... I am your follower...
Thanks for sharing with us sir...
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That's a good information thanks for sharing @hebrew

@hebrew - Sir it's a bless that we found you on Steemit... You are always sharing valuable Hebrew lessons & you are adding a true value to the community by explaining them so well... Thank you Sir... Shabbat Shalom...

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A wonderful lesson and a great video, my friend, from which I am increasingly studying to Hebrew and every time I learn a piece of this ancient and sacred language! Thank you for your work @hebrew Resteem

language is a very difficult process, when you delivered lecture it become so easy. great post dear.
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Life is a continuous process to learn new things, so make the life more wonderful. To learn the various languages of the world makes you wonderful guy to know the different cultures of the world. When it comes, to the HEBREW language then I do personally feel there is nobody who is perfect than you because you have a very interesting and charismatic teaching method to convey the basics of this ancient language in a very effective way. Since I joined your classes i do believe that my vocabulary got a tremendous peak in recent past. Thank you so much for this wonderful initiative.

My Prayers for your sound health are always with you Teacher @hebrew :)

Stay Blessed !

Excellent post once again dear :)
Thanks for sharing this valuable lesson

Great , this is realy amazing .This ancient language very interesting,,,,,.,, Live it...../////

Thanks for sharing its always good to learn something new from you :)

Thank you for the lesson:)

This is a very valuable article.We are very useful in learning the language.
Thank you for submitting such an article.

Wow! It's really great that we'll read soon:)

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A very interesting narrative of Hebrew and for me it will always be interesting to learn more about your holy and wise language, especially with the help of your videos @hebrew!

Slowly started to learn new things sir,thanks a lot for sharing sir.

It is excellent what you do teaching Hebrew in this way in your blog and in your dtube videos, and with some verses of the Bible this is excellent, an online teacher, is what I always dreamed I hope I can continue learning this language , thanks for sharing I'm becoming your faithful follower, regards 🙌

Great lesson of Hebrew language.thanks for sharing. very useful information.
100% like and resteem.

Steemit has brought amazing talents but what i am seeing is the best you really deserve this credit.

This is wonderful sir,following your blog from weeks this is my best place to spend my time in steemit,you are really amazing sir.

This is cool time to get some idea about ancient language thanks a lot sir,have a nice day hope i can see you soon.

It is important to identify in the reading methods the vowels and their sounds, I am a teacher and it is one of the ways to teach children to read. It is good that with the Bible and the message of God we can also achieve it and with it we are bringing the little ones closer to the knowledge of the Word of God. Thanks for the input.
It is very true what the great pedagogues say, we all have the ability to learn, that is self-learning, self-regulating what we learn. A hug.
Fermina.

Good and intresting character of this language . I am new on your blog so I can't recognize. Shabbat shalom.

anxiously waiting on Friday to continue learning from the teacher @hebrew, what interesting topic today, i, and I am still learning, revising verbs and nouns, I will practice this to understand more, thank you for your teachings.

Where I am now it is impossible for me to watch the video because of the bandwidth available to me, which I regret very much, however I get excited when reading what you publish, I can not wait until I have my broadband internet again to watch the videos. My native language is Spanish, the word used in our Bibles is generally God, but I understand that the original Hebrew sometimes makes a difference to a plural word which is the one you now mention Elohim to a singular one, so the interpretation tends not to be correct when we read in my native language. That's why I am very interested in learning the original language, thank you for uploading these courses for beginners like me!

Intresting character of this language . I am new on your blog so I can't recognize.
Shabbat shalom.

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Hebrew is such a great language!!! .
It is valuable and very useful language.
Shabbat Shalom
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outstanding hebrew lesson & very informative. thank you & shabbat shalom @hebrew

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Excellent Hebrew lesson, well described & added excellent video lesson too. Thank you

@hebrew
Thanks for the Hebrew this post very important lesson and useful.
your good work and great work
For your post propagation.
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Wonderful Hebrew Lagrange experience. great teacher. thanks for the information.

Grabbing the words are really not that easy but as time goes by it sure will be easy .

Thanks for the help buddy !

your writing is awesome.nice article. hebrew is complitly best language. always love hebrew language.

Al fín Llego el post mas esperado de la semana, para seguir con las lecciones, gracias!

it is a special language & written by special person
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Glad to see you again sir this is only place we can get some idea about ancient language,thanks a lot sir.

@hebrew, Absolutely brilliant tutorial part giving to community about Ivrit language. Nice coverage of Genesis 1:23-25. I'm pretty appreciate every week you posted step by step consideration. DTube pronunciation excellent. Understand easily via video lesson. Exactly You're a expert Ivrit teacher and better skills you have. Nice you decided to share. Will see another post later.

@hebrew sir I am your post upvote and resteemit done..... best of luck

outstanding hebrew reading language. i try my best to read this language..
thanks @hebrew sir
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you are really doing hardwork to teach all of us @hebrew, you are very determinant, you are very hardwork, you ar pationate about what you are doing, and i like it,
upvoting and resteeming.

Very good information about @hebrew lanuage, I like your style of teaching, you are doing great job.

upvoting and resteeming to reach more people.

Great lesson of Hebrew language.thanks for sharing. very useful information.

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Hebrew is such a great language!!! .
It is valuable and very useful language.
Shabbat Shalom
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Great lesson and important language.this is valuable post.
Thanks @hebrew
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Great lesson and important language..
Thanks @hebrew
Shabbat Shalom

@hebrew is such a great language!!! .
It is valuable and very useful language.

To be honest sir, pronunciation is bit tough and hard but as there is a say"practice makes perfect". Your regular articles on this language and persistent effort to make this lessons easy for all of us. With a bit of little home work, one can get fluent with this language. Thank you.

learnt a new thing today Tet thanks for it :)

Your posts are very interesting especially for me .

El hebreo una lengua semítica la cual me gusta mucho pràcticar, con sus enseñanzas, además bendita por Dios. Gracias por compartir

I love u my teacher

פוסט מצויין שתיהיה שבת שלום לכולם