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Exercise 4 Some letters look very similar – learn to distinguish between them: Here are lists of words containing look-alike letters. Separate the words into two groups, each containing one of the two letters on the left. Study the look-alike letters carefully and make a mental note of their similarities and differences; e.g. „ looks like a door handle, while ¯ is more rounded. 1 d/r

2 kh/t

¯/„ ˙/Á

3 ts/ayin

4 kh/h

Ï‚¯ ,Ì„ ,·¯ ,È«¯ ,Û„ ,ı¯ ,˙Ï„ ,„„ ,‰ÎÂÁ ,‰¯«˙ ,̯Á ,‰»Ó˙ ,˜Á◊Ó ,‰ÁÓ ‰˙Ó ,„¯˙

Ú/ˆ

‰/Á

,‰ÙˆÓ ,‰ÚÓ ,¯ÂÙȈ ,ÏÚ ,Ú‚¯ ,‰„ˆÓ ,ψ ·¯Ú ,ÌÂȉ ,„Ïȉ ,ÌÁÏ ,ËÈÈÁ ,ÏÁÓ ,·ÏÁ ,Ì‰Ï Ï„ÁÓ

5 v or b/kh or k

Î/·

,¯»„Î ,¯ÈÈÎÓ ,‰·Ï ,Ï»· ,Ê«¯Î ʯ· ,¯˙Î ,÷˙ÎÓ

Exercise 5 Match the English sound in the list below to the Hebrew letter. Example: n=3 10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

ˆ

Ò

¯

Ê

Í

÷

Ô

n, z, s, ts, b, final kh, sh, d, final n, r

Colloquial hebrew  

Colloquial hebrew: Easy and enjoyable lessons in Hebrew

Colloquial hebrew  

Colloquial hebrew: Easy and enjoyable lessons in Hebrew

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