Flashcards are the easiest way to learn the Hebrew aleph-bet – and the unique features of these flashcards make it easier yet. We know this to be true from many years of teaching the language. If this is the year you are going to learn to read Hebrew, these flashcards are the way to make it happen.
Having taught Hebrew classes for twelve years, we just couldn’t find a set of Hebrew flashcards which included the features we wanted – so we had to make our own. What makes these cards unique? First of all, we’ve made the vowel point cards a different color so they are separate from the consonants. Then we’ve grouped the vowels so that the vowels which make the same sound are on the same card, making them far easier to learn.
These cards are phonetic so that anyone who knows English will pronounce the correct sound. Obviously, this is a huge plus when you are trying to learn foreign letters.
Next, we include the pictograph and the meaning of each letter, so that you know what the letter was a picture of. We also give the number associated with each letter.
WHY LEARN HEBREW?
· 80% of your Bible is written in this language.
· It is the only language in the world which is both phonetic and pictographic.
· There is evidence that God used this language to speak the world into existence, making this the language from which all other languages came. You would expect this language to be unique from all others and special – and it is. God has planted gems within the first language which give insight to Him.
· Studying the Bible by means of a translation is like kissing a woman through a veil.
· Be able to do your own research and study without having to rely on a translation.
Flashcards are the easiest way to learn the letters – and these flashcards make it easier yet. We know this to be true from many years of teaching the language. If this is the year you are going to learn to read Hebrew, these flashcards are the way to make it happen.
Cotton Mather, America’s great seventeenth century Puritan minister, said: “I promise that those who spend as much time morning and evening in Hebrew studies as they do in smoking tobacco, would quickly make excellent progress in the language.” So, put down that pipe and start learning the building blocks for the language 80% of your Bible is written in! These cards will make that task easy