Aleph-Bet: Hebrew Reading and Writing for Christians in 17 Easy Lessons

LESSON #1 – JESUS’ HEBREW NAME

Materials

Materials

Differences Between Hebrew and English Writing

When asked about the difference between Hebrew and English, most will give the obvious answer about the direction of the letters: English is a left-to-right language and Hebrew is a right-to-left language. However, another significant difference is that English is written with the letters sitting on the line whereas Hebrew is written as though hanging from the line.

What You Need To Begin

For each lesson unit you will need paper & pencil (or pen). The paper should be ruled paper so you can practice writing your letters and taking notes. To help your writing, we’ve provided penmanship paper from PrintablePaper.com so you can download and print your own worksheet. Click here.

 

We also suggest that you print out our Hebrew-to-English-Alphabet Transliteration Key to have on hand as you participate in this course.