|Lessons 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3 introduce you to the Hebrew particles. A particle is a part of speech just like nouns, verbs, and adjectives that must be associated with another word or phrase to impart (or give it) meaning. Examples are the definite article, the conjunction, and the definite object marker, (dom).
In addition, you will learn about your first few Hebrew vowels and consonants.
- Lesson 1.1: The Definite Article
- Lesson 1.2: The Conjunction Vav
- Lesson 1.3: The Direct Object Marker
When you’ve completed these three lessons (and are satisfied with your progress) return here and take this test. If you are not satisfied with your performance, just go back and review the areas you believe could use additional work.
|Hebrew Vowels||אְ אַ אָ אוּ אֶ אֵ|
|Hebrew Consonants||א ה ת ו|
If you find that you are unable to confidently name the vowels (row 1) or the consonants (row 2), return to and review the lessons.
Exercise 1: Vowels, Consonants, and Hebrew Particles
NOTE: click on the Hebrew letter or word to hear its sound