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I am doing this on FB, thought I would start posting it here, for those of us who are n00bs

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 Post subject: Re: Letter of theday
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Cool. Want me to add the letter meanings I wrote in my notes while watching Mr. Bissell's Paleo lessons?

(I believe his name was Bissell if I remember correctly)


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Aleph- He didn't have anything stated for this letter that I could find



Bet- Tent. My Father's House. Private section- public section. Embrionic shape. Initial materialization of life.


Gimmel - Camel. Transport vehicle. All about the neck. It is a conduit. A roadway. The path the camel walks. A pipe. A road. That which the camel carries. Its other stuff around the object.


Dallet - A door. 'That which hangs'. A door in a tent would hang from the top creating a door. Mogen David - 2 Dallets interposed 2 doors 2 sheilds.


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 Post subject: Re: Letter of theday
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Just a question, lemon, about the pronunciation of the Hebrew letters.. I'm trying to learn, here...

I know nothing of Hebrew and one thing I noticed on the pronunciation you noted is the addition of a vowel sound (ah). Are these how the letter sounds in Hebrew are actually pronounced? As I understand it, ancient Hebrew had no vowels, but modern Hebrew has vowel points that indicate which vowel sound is attached... just wondering out loud here... Hebrew is phonetic, right?

The reason I ask is there is a temptation when teaching phonics in English, for example, to add a vowel sound to letters where there shouldn't be. Many want to say B is pronounced "Bah" when in reality it is only "b." A bah sound would add a short vowel and be written "ba."

A hard C is a blunt "c" sound. Add an "ah" sound and you've added a short a. Same as T - you say it with a blunt "t" sound and not "tah" because that would be adding a vowel.



As mentioned, I know nothing of Hebrew so maybe Dalet does always have an "ah" sound accompanying the blunt "d" in Hebrew ... :pardon:

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 Post subject: Re: Letter of theday
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You are correct. I put that just as a generalization so that you will know generally what it is comparable to.

Once it gets put into practice, much like English, the sounds of the letter will change.

Aleph, for example does not actually have a sound, but carries over the sound of the letter before it (kind of sort of).

It is just easier this way ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Letter of theday
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lemon_fresh wrote:
You are correct. I put that just as a generalization so that you will know generally what it is comparable to.

Once it gets put into practice, much like English, the sounds of the letter will change.

Aleph, for example does not actually have a sound, but carries over the sound of the letter before it (kind of sort of).

It is just easier this way ;)



Got it. :)

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