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Learn to Read the Hebrew Bible and Prayer Book Section I

Learn to Read the Hebrew Bible and Prayer Book Section I

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Published by Fern Margolis
If you complete just three pages a day of “Learn to Read the Hebrew Bible and Prayer Book,” you will be reading Hebrew in 25 days.
Download the first section for free and try the exercises. Don’t forget to check your answers using the answer key. If you like your progress and the ease with which you are learning to read Hebrew, you will want to buy the book.
You may purchase and download the reading section of the book, minus the sections on how to write Hebrew and how to read without vowels, for only $6.00. To download the reading portion, search for “Learn to Read the Hebrew Bible and Prayer Book in Six Weeks or Less”, here on SCRIBD.
You may also purchase the complete book online. The complete book is available on Amazon.com, Half.com, and other online sites, under the online title, “Hebrew Reading and Writing Self Taught” (author: Fern Margolis - ISBN 0759672466). Your local bookstore can order it, as well. You will find several customer reviews of the book on the Amazon site. B’hatzlacha!

If you complete just three pages a day of “Learn to Read the Hebrew Bible and Prayer Book,” you will be reading Hebrew in 25 days.
Download the first section for free and try the exercises. Don’t forget to check your answers using the answer key. If you like your progress and the ease with which you are learning to read Hebrew, you will want to buy the book.
You may purchase and download the reading section of the book, minus the sections on how to write Hebrew and how to read without vowels, for only $6.00. To download the reading portion, search for “Learn to Read the Hebrew Bible and Prayer Book in Six Weeks or Less”, here on SCRIBD.
You may also purchase the complete book online. The complete book is available on Amazon.com, Half.com, and other online sites, under the online title, “Hebrew Reading and Writing Self Taught” (author: Fern Margolis - ISBN 0759672466). Your local bookstore can order it, as well. You will find several customer reviews of the book on the Amazon site. B’hatzlacha!

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Published by: Fern Margolis on Sep 08, 2009
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HEBREW READINGAND WRITINGSELF TAUGHT
SECTION I
 by
FERN MARGOLISPh.D., Ed.D.
Copyright © 2009Dr. Fern Margolis
 
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK 
1. Hebrew reads from right to left2. Each page of this text introduces a single consonant or vowel. That consonant or vowel is found at the top of the page, along with its pronunciation.3. Read the consonant or vowel aloud until you can pronounce it with ease. Thengo to the middle of the page where you will find a reading exercise of 2 to 5 lines.Read each word in the exercise aloud, and then practice reading each line of theexercise aloud.4. At the back of the book, you will find an answer key for all drills and exercises.Use the answer key as a guide to provide immediate feedback.5. To attain reading fluency, you may wish to record yourself as you read each linealoud. Then, as you play back your recording, follow along with the answer key.6. Your text contains several review sections. It is best that you not move on to anew section of this book until you are completely comfortable with all of theexercises in the review section.7. Once a week, return to the beginning of the book and review everything youhave learned. Periodic reviews will help cement the material you mastered earlier.
ACCENTS
Hebrew words are generally accented on the final syllable. Thus, “
Shabbat
” is pronounced “
Sha
-
BAT
,” not “
SHA
-
bat
.”On occasion, some Hebrew words are accented on the penultimate syllable (thesyllable that comes just before the last syllable). For example, the word
yeh-lehd
” is pronounced “
YEH
-
lehd
,” not “
yeh
-
LEHD
.”You will eventually learn how to identify words whose accent falls on the penultimate syllable. However, until you do, all penultimately accented words will
 
 be marked by a straight line over the accented syllable. Thus, “
ko-teh-veht
,”which is a penultimately accented word, will be written “
ko-teh-veht
.” If youencounter a word without a line above a syllable, the word is accented on the finalsyllable.

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