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Hebrew Consonants, Vowel Chart & Consonant Chart

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Here is an overview of Hebrew Consonants and Vowels that is avialable for personal study at Hebrew4Christians.com

Hebrew Consonants

To begin studying Hebrew, you must begin with its character set or script. Click on a letter below to begin studying how to pronounce, read, and write the letter (start with Aleph and proceed right-to-left through the entire alphabet):

The Hebrew Aleph-Bet

The Hebrew Character Set

Print Letters
Block Letters

Script Letters
Script Letters

More Hebrew Learning Tools

Free Downloads

Alphabet Flashcards (zipped PDF files) Alphabet Practice Pages (PDF file)
Quick Flashcards (Side 1, Side 2) Practice Grid Pages (blank grid)
Consonants Summary (Alternate) IPod Hebrew Alphabet
Let’s Sing It! (for kids)

Hebrew Vowels

Nikkudot by Type

Vowel Types
Each type of vowel (A, E, I, O, and U) can function as a long vowel (L), a short vowel (S), a reduced vowel (R), or an unchangeably long vowel (UL). (Note: Some grammars transliterate each of the same-type vowels differently (e.g., “a” with a bar over it for Qamets, “a” with a circumflex over it for a Patach, and so on); since our goal is to read the Hebrew text- not to convert the Hebrew into English characters, I simplified the transliteration scheme accordingly.)Long vowels can change to other, shorter sounds in a given word. For example, a Qamets can be shortened to a Patach when certain changes are made to the word’s morphology. Reduced vowels only appear under guttural letters and replace the function of the vocal sheva for those letters. Grammatically, chateph forms behave just like the sheva.

The Complete Hebrew Vowel List
You can click here to view the complete Hebrew vowel list in Table Format.

Other Learning Resources
You may also download Hebrew vowel flashcards or the entire Vowel Chart as a PDF file:

Hebrew Consonant Chart

The Hebrew Alphabet

Additional Basic Biblical Hebrew Grammar Resources
Introduction Unit Nine: Qal Perfect
Unit One: The Alphabet
Homeschool Hebrew
Did Jesus Speak Hebrew?
Grammatical Terms (in progress)
Unit Three: Syllables
Basic Word Studies
Unit Four: Hebrew Nouns Additional Resources
Unit Five: Adjectives
Unit Six: Pronouns
Unit Seven: Prepositions
Unit Eight: Numbers
The work of a Sofer

Audio Tanakh!

A brief history of Hebrew
Brief History of
Hebrew

Why Hebrew?
Jots and Tittles

Hebrew Features
Letter Styles

Ancient Pictograms
Pictograms

Hebrew Letters
Consonants

Hebrew Vowels
Vowels

Word Division
Syllables

Hebrew Nouns
Nouns

Hebrew Adjectives
Adjectives

 

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