Immersed in a learning environment rich with the audio and visual cues that stimulate deeper connections, these bite-sized lessons sync across devices so you can practice learning Hebrew anytime and anywhere. The Best Way to Learn Hebrew Pronunciation Like several other languages, Hebrew pronunciatio has a few unique sounds that may be unfamiliar to English speakers. Because the traditional Hebrew alphabet or written script consists entirely of consonants, it can be tricky to get the hang of how to pronounce some words. In some texts, dots and lines were used to indicate the vowel sounds, but those are less common in modern Hebrew. Four of the Hebrew consonants can also double as vowels, so listen closely for how those letters are being pronounced in common Hebrew words you encounter. One of the advantages of Hebrew pronunciation is that there are, despite a few exceptions, some consistent rules. For instance, most nouns place the emphasis on the last syllable or, if the noun contains a vowel in the last syllable, the second to last syllable.
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