The ancient language of ivrit ( עברית ) Genesis 1 - Part 6

in hebrew •  last year

The full study is now on line covering the Alef-Beyt is contained 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.

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Last we left off with creation, the seas and dry land. Today we continue in b'resheet (Genesis) with the second part of day two. Look for the word for "that" (ah-share) and the word for "good" (tove) as we read. We can now easily learn "tree" (ayts) and "seed" (zerah) as we read.

I noted some structure and gender below. As with many languages, Hebrew has genders for things and people. I highlight some very basic examples of subject and object references to gender. And I will continue to explain them as we run into them. Learning languages is a combination of reading, speaking, listening, understanding and vocabulary.

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Terms:

Subject; the person or thing performing an action.
Subject pronouns; I - he - she - it - we - they
Object; the one impacted by the action.
Object pronouns; me - him - her - it - us - them
(there is no "it" in Hebrew because things are either he or she)


Notice also that word order is switched when the subject is used, otherwise the he or she is part of the verb.

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There is no word-for-word translation for most languages, for that reason the above would be interpreted as "the earth brought forth" and in this case it was "green vegitation."

The image says "she brought out" which is more accurate. When I read this the first time, I noticed that everything on the earth seemed to be created on the first day. Now the Almighty merely brings the grass and trees out of the ground and causes things to become...

Think about when you were conceived. Seed and egg joining. A brand new string of DNA. Everything you are now was there and just needed to become. You were probably bald and your hair needed to be bought out.


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Thank you for posting these lessons @hebrew.

Very much enjoy the opportunity to read and see the Hebrew language especially in this particular way.

All the best to you.

Cheers.

Thank you for another great lesson! Trying to catch up.

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In fact big thanks to @hebrew for this great opportunity to learn hebrew language. He is a good man giving us hope every week.

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its really awesome job of The ancient language of ivrit,,, i appreciate you

Thank you very much @Hebrew. UpVoted and Resteemed. Going to listen now many many times. Until it sinks in. I love to Listen to this Holy Language every night before I go to sleep.

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I am reading a bit faster now. I think if people need slow letter by letter pronunciation, they can listen to the first few. I still don't read as fluently the native speakers.

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That's very modest of you Sir..
You are humble and a great teacher... I'm sure you will equally make an excellent father..
Thank you for coming down to see us this week..
More power to your elbow

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@hebrew Your posts are always explicit and understandable your way of teachings are also excellent. Thanks for everything @hebrew

This is very good. Highlighting the corresponding gender really helps. Upvoted.

Great effort to introduce this amazing language thanks a lot.

This is an excellent Lesson. I have a friend who just joined Steemit a few days ago who paints Stories from the Bible (among many other things) and will see if he could share some of his work here with us ... @RevelationArt

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That's great. Steemit is growing and I appreciate you and your friends always finding my posts and supporting me.

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Your Blog is a Blessing.

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My son made this painting from your earlier Lessons .... A Separation between Water and Water. https://steemit.com/artistsinbloom/@offgridlife/artists-in-bloom-the-hand-of-god-by-alex-8

To me hebrew language is like a language of an art. I love the way you mentioned Almighty merely brings the grass and trees...it is very interesting language, but also very difficult to learn. I kept looking at these words and it’s really beautiful language. It also makes it a bit easier because you don’t use “it” in Hebrew.

Great return of clases friend nice explaining thank you master of hebrew

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que bueno que regreso el Profesor, estabamos esperando

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Hola @rafagonzalez , es totalmente normal que pongo un post una vez cada semana. Intento no faltar!

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Que bueno, solo que lo esperábamos ayer sábado a las 7 pm hora del oeste; como cambió de fecha para publicar, pensamos que le pudo pasar algo o que estaba nuevamente enfermo...

Como sigue de la gripe?

The ancient language of ivrit...this is really great and it caught my attention, thanks for sharing that wonderful part of the scriptures and thanks for the messages you passed crossed in your write-up about the ancient language @hebrew. I have learnt something totally new and different today.

Great explaining thank you so much master @hebrew, for the
knowledge.

Day By Day Learning from you.it's clear that you are a good teacher as like as well smart person.you always share with us some unique things which is really appreciatable. @hebrew

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Thank you. I appreciate your loyal following. My comments are getting hit with lots of spam which makes it hard to distinguish who to vote for.

Learning languages is a combination of reading, speaking, listening, understanding and vocabulary.

Agree! The best way to learn Hebrew language is to actually spend time among people speaking Hebrew. That’s the way I learned my second language. Also read, watch tv... And the most important is the motivation and willingness to learn. One thing that caught my eye and I’m curious how do you call on materialistic things if you only use she or he instead of it? I also noticed no word for word translation in many languages. I guess that’s what makes it the most difficult in language learning. Great post though!

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Thank you. Technically the Tanakh that I read from is a word for word translation (left to right) which is what makes it great for learning. Still, it won't be exact. The example from today translates Kuf-yud ((kee) as "that" right at the end "God that good". I usually see it meaning of that word as "because" but it is only different in order for it to make sense in English.

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Great work and excellent ways of teaching. Thank you very much for the effort you have put on this today. It always been great to learn again this week from you sir @hebrew

I'm new to this class but this is incredibly interesting.
i assume i'll have to check your previous posts well

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Welcome! That is a very nice username you chose. My blog goes from the first letter to vowels and into reading. Nice to meet you.

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Thank you so much. Actually I didn’t expect a responce. People use to blog and then disappear like they don’t care about their”audience”
I’m glad you act differently.
Nice meeting you too

I love your language very much and thank you for another great lesson

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I appreciate your readership - love the profile picture.

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The truth is that I do not know many things about the Hebrew language and the way in which it is applied.

I like the gender identification that can be seen in the image. The different uses of hebrew in genres and distintion of subjects has captured me.

I find it interesting. I will investigate a little more.

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

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Thank you for given us.

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Sir
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Thank you for submitting such an article.

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Hebrew is such a great language!!!Thanks for sharing.
It is valuable and very useful ancient language.

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Definitely perfect lesson of Ivrit language. It's harder to learn but has some interesting. Nice you decided to shared @hebrew.

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@hebrew
John 1:1 In the beginning, before the world was created, the word already existed and the word was with God and the word was God. He existed in the beginning with God. God created everything through Him. And nothing was created except through Him. The word gives life to everything that was created. And His life brought light to everyone. The light shines in darkness and the darkness can never extinguish it.

Jesus is the beginning of Genesis and the end of Revelation. That is why He is called the beginning and the end, the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last. The one that is, and who is to come!

Jesus appeared in the beginning of creation as the light of the world. Jesus appeared in Genesis 3:15-16 "And the seed of the woman will bruise your head and you will bruise his heel". The prophecy of His coming manifested in the beginning.

When we talk about the creation, we are talking about Jesus Himself, because before the world ever being in existence, He has been in existence. When we talk about life, we are talking about Jesus because He is the resurrection and the life. When we talk about light, we are talking about Jesus, because His life brought light to the world. When we talk about power, we are talking about Jesus, because as many that believes in Him, He gives power to become the sons and daughters of God. When we talk about the beginning and the end, we talk about Jesus, because He is the beginning and the end.

To crown it all, Jesus is the fulfilment of word of God.

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Thank you. Yes, and it gets even richer when you see him as the alef and the tav. Plus more parallels that line up in the original language. I do hope you will study His heritage.

Thanks for sharing the another lesson... It is great... It's really helps me... Thank you again...

I will try to take the step by doing it in Spanish, to see if I can learn something

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It looks like you are on the right track with your blog. I have seen Spanish tutorials which are equally interesting how much clarity Hebrew adds.

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I've seen several on YouTube but I think they do not master the language as well as you, anyway everything that adds learning is well received and thanks for taking the time and visiting my blog

You explain basics of Hebrew in very good way .
Nice article . Shabat Shalom.

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

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@hebrew this language was ancient but you makes it midern day by day by your heart & soul effort

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It's great lesson on Hebrew , thanks dear .
Shabat Shalom

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what's more, highliting

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This looks difficult for me at first, but with your gentle way of teaching sir @hebrew, I think am getting to know it gradually and now I'm having full interest. You have been a wonderful teacher sir and a great motivator. Thanks a lots

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Nice lesson thanks for sharing it with us great to see your posts always its so knowledgeable

Excelente la analogía que haces que ante de la vida estaban los elementos que Dios requirió para crearla. Ósea las cosas no nacieron de la nada.

Existían elementos previos y de sexo, materia y naturalmente de elementos de la naturaleza que brindaron el verde de la vida, de las cosas; de todo. Muy buen post.

Shalom

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Happy sunday Sir. Thanks for the good work sir need to take my time and study this GOD bless you, happy

I need to get Hebrew Bible for more understanding on this thanks. GOD bless you

It has been since some time that I could not get some time reading and learning the language of ivrit from you my friend! I will be catching up on your previous posts which I missed very soon!
Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge with us!

I do not understand English
I can only write and translate into English.
i will degrees english language.

I am not good in learning easily but am interested in this ancient language of ivrit. The word "it" doesn't exist in hebrew, good to know that. Everything the Almighty created is amazing. Things made easy especially the seed and egg joining

clear writing and clear video.
people will understand after watching your video

Awesome am a lover of languages,i think am gonna dive into this once more..

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wow excellent new lesson, i am slowly learning hebrew and i enjoy learning my friend @hebrew
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A wonderful lesson and very glad to learn this ancient and beautiful language of Hebrew! Thank you for your work @hebrew

This is different from your previous lectures, so detailing and really complex, it's really amazing really and I can't get just enough, I love this one

Upvoted and resteem sir..
really great language..

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really nice & informative post about the ancient language..
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I love reading your writing..
Darius experiences with wolf always catch my mind and want me want to read more.

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Well described & added video of reading. Excellent post. Thank you

Nice post @hebrew. Sure you do a lot of work.

Thanks for your another lesson,i try really hard to study this ancient language,i hope one day i can read and write hebrew letters.

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Another great post by great @hebrew sir.There is something completely new i have learned from this post.Sir your post making me interested in hebrew language.I am also searching through wiki about tanakh.This is what i got about it.The Tanakh consists of twenty-four books: it counts as one book each Samuel, Kings, Chronicles and Ezra–Nehemiah and counts the Twelve Minor Prophets (תרי עשר) as a single book. In Hebrew, the books are often referred to by their prominent first word(s).I also learned that every thing count in gender.You have to call it by he or she.Thank's for such educative and informative post.@upvoted and resteemed.

Thanks a lot hebrew for another good lesson,I really appreciate here

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Hebrew is a member of the Canaanite group of Semitic languages. It was the language of the early Jews, but from 586 BC it started to be replaced by Aramaic. By 200 AD use of Hebrew as an everyday language had largely ceased, but it continued to be used for literary and religious functions, as well as a lingua franca among Jews from different countries.
Eliezer Ben-Yehuda is considered the father of Modern Hebrew. He developed a vocabulary for Modern Hebrew, incorporating words from ancient and medieval Hebrew, in addition to creating new words. In 1922, Hebrew became one of the official languages of British Mandate Palestine, and today it is a modern language spoken by the citizens of Israel and Jews around the world.

few days ago i away from hebrew. you made it more easy & easier.thanks bro for sharing
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The Hebrew script
Modern Israeli pronunciation

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its an excellent article..its help me to learn a lot..
thank you...@hebrew
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This is an excellent Lesson.

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Hebrew at a glance:-

Native name: עברית [ʔivˈʁit / ʕivˈɾit]
Linguistic affliation: Afro-Asiatic, Semitic, Central Semitic, Northwest Semitic, Canaanite
Number of speakers: c. 7.4 million
Spoken in: mainly Israel, and also in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Palestinian West Bank and Gaza, Panama, the UK and USA
First written: 10th century BC
Writing system: Hebrew script
Status: official language in Israel; recognised minority language in Poland

Incredible push to present this astounding dialect much obliged.

its really great of language of ancient,,, its really great lesson,,,thanks for post

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give us more lessons like this.

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Interesting language..........

very informative post. thanks for share

I just hope one day I would be able to understand hebrew language from this tutorial you put up every week.

For the past one week I have been trying to write a poem in my mother's tongue and translate in English, but I could not continue.

More grace to your effort sir @hebrew, you are doing a great job.

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