I mean to teach you the ancient language of ibrit - Alef

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Only the Alef - Beyt from bottom to the top to learn them in order, then to read them right to left. You will see what the original "Bible" said and what the names meant as they went through the stories of old.

Here is Alef: Symbolizing Strength and originally drawn like the head of an ox

It's the first letter. It is a vowel. It is also the number 1

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A lonely little letter that looks like an X or sort of an A of sorts. It is generally silent unless it as a vowel at the bottom or top.

I hope to add meaning to these little lessons each Shabbath as we go. Then we can read together with the vowel points in place and see how it all jives with English.

Thanks for taking the time to read.

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You could also publish a series of ibrit quotes that are native to the language. Something that would be difficult to translate directly, thus being perfect for at though rough examination.

What a cool idea!
Thanks for voting on my last article, that's how I found your blog...
Followed for future lessons :-)

Awesome...That's very interesting! thank you @hebrew

Can't wait an article on Tetragrammaton, that would interesting in terms of signs, symbolism and history. That would be an interesting read.

Great post boss, hope to see more inspiring post.

You could also publish a series of ibrit quotes that are native to the language. Something that would be difficult to translate directly,,,,,,,,,,,

Just discovered your account. It's interesting in a weird way so I will be reading one post every day and follow you to check the newer ones. So if I get it right, alef is the first letter in the Hebrew alphabet, right? Sounds like alpha the Greek word for από which is also a bowel and our first letter. And beyt sounds like βήτα which is β and our second letter :p I guess it's not a coincidence :p

Can't wait an article on Tetragrammaton, that would interesting in terms of signs, symbolism and history. That would be an interesting read.

I will be! I don't cover words that contain letters that I have not taught yet. But I just posted the lesson on the letter Yod. So the one on YHVH will have to be taught.

I am more about helping people get started reading the Word in the original language so they are not bound to an English interpretations of what the Hebrew says. Nor a French one, nor a Thai one, etc.

Thanks for your support.

This is my favorite letter after the letter Bet.... I like these 2 letters together that spell the word AV

World class your post my friend @hebrew

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Hello hebrew and thanks for sharing.

Are you planning to make this a kind of episodes based publication? Teaching ibrit.

Maybe you could publish a historical introduction to ibrit? That would make it even more interesting to people not familiar with ibrit.

You could also publish a series of ibrit quotes that are native to the language. Something that would be difficult to translate directly, thus being perfect for at though rough examination.

Thank you, I will be looking forward to hearing more from you
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Hello again Hebrew

I was just wondering if you would be willing to write at little historical introduction to ibrit? It would be a nice way for the broader audience to get a bit familiar with ibrit.

Thanks
@ronni

Thank you! Follow and waiting for the next lesson

"It is generally silent unless it as a vowel at the bottom or top." Sounds like "I'm the beginning and I'm the end"...

Can't wait an article on Tetragrammaton, that would interesting in terms of signs, symbolism and history. That would be an interesting read.

Why did you stop? Thanks for the support!

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I like what you doing !
Now I follow you ( I'm the follower number 100 ) !

That is a great idea
Thanks for sharing this information and keep up the hard work

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It would be so great to see more of these series! You're the only language teacher on Steemit I know. And I would say, the only Ibrit teacher in the world I know. :D

Haha! so she does scare people unintentionally just like my dog.

nice idea... I follow you

Great post,probably the best,simplest introduction . Well done and keep up the good work. @hebrew

great idea

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That's very interesting! thank you :)

Awesome my dude.

Quick question, why is your account 2 rep?

Alif.... Same letter of arabic .... ا (alif)

Arabic and jewish are not that distant. It uses the same vocal cords, well if we look at history arabs and jews are brothers, coming from Abraham(Ibrahim for arabs) where Isaac is jewish and Ismail arabic.

thanks for sharing @alexvan but i must to known more about.....!!!

The monotheistic religions are called Abrahamic religions. So Judaism, Christianity and Islam(this is the order of appearence) have the same root into Abraham. There are some splits into smaller religions, but all see Abraham or Ibrahim as one of the key persons and all believe in one god, so they are monotheistic.

Woww...thank you for sharing...

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Great post boss,
You could also publish a series of ibrit quotes that are native to the language.

thats a great post thanks for sharing...good info...i like it

Awesome...That's very interesting! thank you @hebrew.

Informative..Wow...what a concept..that was awesome.Thank's for sharing sir.

Thanks for voting on my last article, that's how I found your blog your great idea ok.

That's very interesting! thank you for everyone.

we just wondering if you would be willing to write at little historical introduction ok.

This is a hard language to pick up! It is important to me as a Christian. Thank you! @hebrew

You could also publish a series of ibrit quotes that are native to the language. Something that would be difficult to translate directly, thus being perfect for at though rough examination.thanks for sharing..

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I am amazed at you @hebrew.
this is your first post.
You get 58 votes
and 51 comments.
This is very nice @hebrew