However I can not say enough good things about this website.This site would be even more helpful if the name of the character was written underneath.One of these students learns best visually and loves anything computer related.And this is so much more fun than my hoemmade flashcards!We are studying the torah and learning how important to apply his teaching today in our lives This is a great website!Very easy to learn and it is great to hear the pronunciation.
I have hearing difficulty and this is makes it difficult to hear the letters such as hard c sounds.
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Modern Hebrew uses the Sefardic pronunciation, whereas the pronunciation of prayer or reading from the Torah is dependent on one's descent.
The first stage of this ulpan presents the Ashkenazic pronunciation.