How do you like your eggs? The Nerd likes them scrambled. When you’re using flashcards to learn the Hebrew alefbet, you gotta scramble ’em up. The Nerd does it for you so you can review all the consonants, even the soft letters and final letters.
People tell the Nerd they wish Hebrew didn’t have unusual letters. Why can’t the Hebrew alphabet be simple, they ask? The Nerd reminds students all the time that English is one of the most difficult languages on earth and Hebrew is simple by comparison. This video covers the consonants that make some students cringe. Watch how easy it is and don’t be worried. You’ll get it.
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