Now is the time to start to learn the Alef-Bet! (alphabet in English)
glottal-stop or silent (sometimes used as the letter a when rendering English in Hebrew)
with a dot like big; without a dot like move
like he or silent at the end of a word with a preceding -a or -e
like violin; some dialects pronounce as week; also or or moon when used as a vowel
Normally as Scottish ch in loch and as German Bach
as t in stick
like yet; also say or honey when used as a vowel
with a dot like skip; without a dot like the Scottish ch in loch and as German Bach ?
like leave, pronounced more forward in the mouth.
similar to Cockney pronunciation of water and sometimes silent.
with a dot like spoon; without a dot off
As in skip
pronounced as the French r. Some pronounce it rolled as in Spanish burro
with a right-hand dot like shoot, or with a left-hand dot like see
as t in stickAdding an apostrophe (geresh) to some letters may change their sounds.
as j in jam
as s in pleasure
(tsh) as ch in chat