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Introduction to the Hebrew Language
Transcript of Introduction to the Hebrew Language
תירבעה הפשל המדקה
Font and Conventions
Date & Time
Capitalisation and Punctuation
A small hotel - Malon Katan - ןטק ןולמ
Small hotels - Melon
The new, great, big restaurant becomes:
There are several prefixes in the Hebrew language which are appended to regular words to introduce a new meaning.
Hebrew punctuation is very similar to English.
Hebrew does not have capital letters.
To London - ןודנול
From London - ןודנול
In London - ןודנול
= הדעסמ =
= ןולמ =
The Israeli calendar starts on a Sunday
The date format in Israel is 24/03/2014
Or: 2014 ץרמב 24
Israel uses the 24 hour (No AM/PM) system for time, with a colon as a separator: 18:00-20:00
The New Israeli Shekel currency symbol is ₪
The most popular and widely used font in Hebrew is Arial:
Hebrew is written from Right to Left which is challenging in many ways:
ןולמ שפחמ לייטמ
A traveller looks for a hotel
Metayel Mechapes Malon
You (singular) = At/Ata = התא/תא
You (plural) = Atem/Aten = םתא/ןתא
Every noun, pronoun and verb is either masculine or feminine. There is no neutral form.