Hebrew Root Words in Common Biblical Names
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Hebrew Root Words in Common Biblical Names

Start to read Hebrew in the bible through biblical names you know using the Hebrew Morph
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Created by Rachel Levi
Last updated 9/2016
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 19 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Be able to read Hebrew from right to left through special training exercises.
  • Learn how to decode the Hebrew alphabet with Biblical names that you know.
  • Know Hebrew root words that can be used to form other words.
  • Recognize over 30 vocabulary words using the Alphabetic Priniciple in the Hebrew Morph.
  • Blend sounds of the Hebrew letters to form words.
  • Begin to learn the systematic relationships of Hebrew letters in making words.
  • Gain a better understanding of Biblical Hebrew grammar through analyzing Biblical names.
  • Be more familiar with Hebrew scripture through an English version that reflects the Hebrew formation.
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Requirements
  • E-Vreet Method: Meet the Hebrew Alphabet
  • a desire to learn "outside of the box" and try cutting-edge methods
  • basic understanding of the Tanakh or "Old Testament" in English
  • be prepared to practice reading Biblical Hebrew and learn some verbs
Description


This course is the second in a series in E-Vreet that helps you learn how to read and prepares you for traditional Hebrew courses. In this course, you take the step from recognizing Hebrew letters to seeing how they form words through the concept of the Hebrew Morph Root.  This is more of an exercise course to map your brain with the Hebrew letters.

Start to Read the Hebrew Bible Using Names You Know

  • Recognize Hebrew Letters and some simple words
  • Learn about vowels when an English word is morphed into Hebrew.
  • Learn Hebrew names help you learn vocabulary.
  • Understand how the more challenging Hebrew letters work.
  • Learn to recognize these names and words they mean in Hebrew scriptures
  • Create some simple sentences in Hebrew.
  • Find your way around a Hebrew Bible verse and get new insights.

Many names you know, perhaps even your name, originate from a Hebrew name. These names hold a secret on how we can learn Hebrew. E-Vreet has chosen 12 names that have Hebrew origin and will use these names to reveal this secret to you by means of the Hebrew Morph.

How does the Hebrew Morph work?

By morphing English names that you know into Hebrew, you can start to see how Hebrew letters work to spell out a name that you already know. You'll experience the process of transforming an English name into Hebrew. The Hebrew Morph uncovers just how Hebrew is different than English in a step by step process that slowly changes before your eyes.

Exercises to help you learn new words in Hebrew

1. FIND THE NAME: The Hebrew Morph is just part of the process. Once the name has been morphed into Hebrew letters, your mission is to find that name in three Hebrew scriptures. You watched the word morph into Hebrew which made a distinct impression, so the letters are in your short-term memory. Through the activity of searching for the word in the verse, the Hebrew word can move into your long-term memory.

2. FIND THE WORD: Then you will learn what Hebrew words are hidden in the name. Knowing words are the first steps in learning a language. They are the first meaningful units. When something has meaning, it is easier to remember. Now you will look for these words in selected scripture verses. The scriptures will also help you see what these words mean in context.

3. USE THE WORD: Towards the end of the course, you will put some of the words together to make simple sentences. You will also learn about Hebrew words that are always attached to Hebrew root words.

4. QUIZZES: There are quizzes after every unit to reinforce what you have learned and also applied what you have learned to new words. There is also a Final Review and Final Exam.

Structure of the Course:

Unit 1: Simple Hebrew Morph

Unit 2: Morphing Names that have sounds not in English

Unit 3: Morphing Names that mean whole sentences or phrases in

Each unit has an introductory video which will review what you need to know from the Meet the Hebrew Alphabet course. It will also give you an overview on the special features of the unit.

Structure of the Video Lessons

1. The introduction, explaining what to look for in the Hebrew Morph and reviewing letters you need to know from the previous course.

2. The Hebrew Morph

3. The Scripture Exercises

4. The Recap--reviewing what you have learned, giving insights to the words and scripture.

Structure of the PDF files

The PDF files model the video lessons. It is important to review the PDF files. They are designed in such a way that you see the scripture without the answer on the page, and have to turn the page to see the answer. This is another way you can test yourself.


Why is the music so important?

The carefully selected music relaxes yet stimulates your brain to learn. As the Hebrew letters form words, the language center of the brain is activated to recognize groups of Hebrew letters as meaningful units.


Why does the English translation of the verses have so many hyphens?

By the second unit, the Bible verses uses in this course are translated in English that reflects the Hebrew words. For instance, you will see how Hebrew doesn't need as many words as English. The verses are carefully arranged in order that you can learn even more words than are on the target list. You will start to see the same words over and over again. This is a natural way to learn a language. Since you are acquainted with the verses, you may be able to learn extra words. It all depends on you!

Will this course help me in my regular bible study and prayer?

Studying Hebrew helps unlock deeper meanings in many verses of the Bible. By digging into the Hebrew, this course helps you find treasures and new insights simply by learning words from names you already know. This will help you will your own study, meditation, and teaching others.

Will I be able to put sentences together in Hebrew?

By the third unit, you will learn how to make your own sentences in Hebrew. Unlike many traditional courses, E-Vreet shows you how Biblical Hebrew becomes a means of communication for you. When the brain uses a language as a means of communication, it remembers words and sentences much easily. You can start to use the words you learn in your prayers.

This course will inspire you to want to learn more Biblical Hebrew. It will take the fear out of using a foreign alphabet and replace it with a love for the language and what it says. You will be able to open a Hebrew Bible and actually finds words that you know. It's a beginning of a wonderful adventure.




Who is the target audience?
  • Students who have completed the "Meet the Hebrew Alphabet" course by E-Vreet Language Systems.
  • Students who need to take a traditional Biblical Hebrew course and need a prep course
  • Students who are taking traditional Biblical Hebrew courses and are looking for extra resources to help them.
  • Those who have a fear of foreign languages, don't feel like they can learn, have failed before
  • Those who have difficulty learning foreign languages but really want to learn Biblical Hebrew
  • Busy people who want to learn Biblical Hebrew but don't have a lot of time and don't know where to begin
  • People who want to learn Biblical Hebrew but can't find a teacher
  • People who learn better visuallly and conceptually
  • People who are "gifted" with ADHD and dyslexia
  • Biblical Hebrew students who would like some creative exercises
  • Those who teach the bible and need extra material for inspiration
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Curriculum For This Course
21 Lectures
04:28:14
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Introduction to the Hebrew Morph course
1 Lecture 00:00
This lecture will show you how this course will help you recognize not only letters of the Hebrew alphabet but words that you will be able to find in scripture.
Introduction to the Hebrew Morph course
6 pages
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Hebrew Morph on simple names you know in English
7 Lectures 56:00

In this video you will see the name of ADAM morph into Hebrew.  You will learn what ADAM means in Hebrew and how to recognize that word in scripture.  You will also learn how Hebrew deals with indefinite articles.  And you will learn that there is not always a direct translation from Hebrew to English.

Preview 07:13

Learn how Seth's name is a Hebrew verb. See it appear in scriptures and learn what it means. Learn how Hebrew pronouns and verbs merge into one word.

SETH
08:09

Review the letters that you have learned in Meet the Hebrew Alphabet course that will make up the Hebrew word for David.  After you have watched this lecture, click on the link in External Resources for the practice session for the name of David in scriptures.  Don't forget to Download the pdf file and identify the name of David in the scriptures provided.

DAVID
08:29

Learn how Nathan's name also means a verb in Hebrew. In this video, you will also recognize David's name in Hebrew.

NATHAN
14:04

Learn how Jared is another name that means a verb in Hebrew. Find out about the letter "J" in Hebrew. Learn how to pick out his name in Hebrew scriptures and also learn how to pick out the verb that his name means.

Preview 08:56

This video recaps what you have learned in Unit 1. It also gives you a little quiz at the end.

Recap of Unit 1
06:07

Although we have our own E-Vreet quiz due to the Hebrew font issue, we have a small quiz here. Test yourself on what you have learned in Unit One.

Quiz for Unit One
12 questions
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Names with Sounds not in English
5 Lectures 42:47

In the next level of the Hebrew Morph course, we use names that have sounds that are not found in English. Also, we use an English translation for the Hebrew verses that more accurately reflect the Hebrew construction. This translation gives you a peak into how Hebrew grammar works by putting the English words in Hebrew units.

Introduction to Unit 2
03:14

Learn about the Hebrew construction of Hannah's name and the Hebrew words derived from her name. Learn to recognize these words in Hebrew scriptures.

HANNAH
09:48

Learn how Rachel's name is constructed in Hebrew. Get an idea of how Hebrew makes a noun into the plural.

RACHEL
08:10

Isaac's name is challenging in Hebrew because it has two sounds that are not in English. It is also a verb. We show you how to make a noun out of Isaac's name.

ISAAC
15:22

This recap will help you review what you have learned in Unit 2.

Recap on Unit 2
06:13

Although E-Vreet has its own quizzed due to the issue of the Hebrew font, we have a little quiz for you here to review what you have learned in Unit 2.

Quiz for Unit Two
5 questions
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Names that have more than one word in Hebrew
8 Lectures 01:15:27

Learn how some Hebrew names can mean more than one word. You will also learn how to use these words in sentences.

Intro for Unit 3
02:33

Learn the meaning of Daniel. Learn how a Hebrew verb can have more than one meaning in English. Learn the short form for the word for God.

DANIEL
14:52

Learn another Hebrew word for man.  Also this video will introduce you to the concept of how to make a possessive in Hebrew.  

GABRIEL
11:03

The name "Michael" is a full sentence in Hebrew.  This video will introduce you to the feature on how some Hebrew letters can be words.  Please look over the PDF file carefully has it has supplementary material not covered on the video.

MICHAEL
08:35

This is your final video.  You will not only learn about the name of Emanuel in Hebrew, but you will learn how to use the words that the name contains.  Please look over the PDF that comes with this lesson for supplementary material not covered on the video.

EMANUEL
13:23

Let's review what you have learned in Unit 3.  We really picked up the pace with three-syllable names and broke them down not just into words but into phrases and sentences.  You've come a long way since your first lesson.  

Recap for Unit 3
01:59

Quiz for Unit Three
10 questions

This is your last review of all the material that we have covered in this course.  This will prepare you for the final exam.

Final Review and Final Test of the course: The Hebrew Morph
15:43

Now that you skilled in recognizing Hebrew letters and have a better idea of how Hebrew words are formed, learn to read Hebrew on a beginner's level in E-Vreet's next course "Learn Hebrew through the Bible." You will learn over 100 simple two-letters words in which you can make sentences. As in this course, you will be given Hebrew scriptures in order to learn how to recognize these words.

Intro to next course: Learn Hebrew through the Bible
07:19
About the Instructor
Rachel Levi
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Instructional Designer/Language Facilitator

I have studied Linguistics and Applied Linguistics or how people learn languages. I have taught EFL and trained teachers. I facilitated training seminars in Business English. I have studied Biblical Hebrew for four years and taught courses. I have been coaching students in Biblical Hebrew for three years. I have lived in the East for 15 years where I travelled to Israel. I am also an instructional designer, which means I design courses for busy people like you who need to take courses online. I use what you already know to guide you into the Hebrew language and make it alive for you.