Study tour time to learn some hebrew (2)


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Study tour time to learn some hebrew (2)

  1. 1. Page 1 of 2From: Jeff Martin/USW/SArmyTo: Angela Strickland/SW/USW/SArmy@USW, Claudia Ruiz/SC/USW/SArmy@USW, Clem Leslie/SW/USW/SArmy@USW, Colleen Riley/DO/USW/SArmy@USW, Darren Trimmer/SDM/USW/SArmy@USW, David Allen/IM/USW/SArmy@USW, Derek Strickland/SW/USW/SArmy@USW, Donna Hood/USN/SArmy@USN, Doug Riley/DO/USW/SArmy@USW, Edward Hill/HI/USW/SArmy@USW, Erica Helton/USW/SArmy@USW, Evangeline Leslie/SW/USW/SArmy@USW, George Hood/USN/SArmy@USN, Ian Robinson/SC/USW/SArmy@USW, Isobel Robinson/SC/USW/SArmy@USW, Jeanne Stromberg/DO/USW/SArmy@USW, John Van Cleef/SC/USW/SArmy@USW, LeAnn Trimmer/SDM/USW/SArmy@USW, Lee Lescano/SDM/USW/SArmy@USW, Lisa Van Cleef/SC/USW/SArmy@USW, Marcia Smith/GS/USW/SArmy@USW, Mario Ruiz/SC/USW/SArmy@USW, Mark Nelson/ARCC/USW/SArmy@USW, Michele Lescano/SDM/USW/SArmy@USW, Noelle Nelson/ARCC/USW/SArmy@USW, Rhonda Lloyd/SW/USW/SArmy@USW, Robert Lloyd/SW/USW/SArmy@USW, Rose-Marie Leslie/SC/USW/SArmy@USW, Shelley Hill/HI/USW/SArmy, Steve Smith/GS/USW/SArmy@USW, Victor Leslie/SC/USW/SArmy@USW, John Desplancke/ARCC/USW/SArmy@USW, Linnea Desplancke/ARCC/USW/SArmy@USW, Howard Bennett/USW/SArmy@USW,, Judy Smith/USW/SArmy@USW, Eloisa Martin/USW/SArmy@USW, Jeff Martin/USW/SArmy@USWCc: Hope Maxey/USW/SArmy@USWDate: Wednesday, August 03, 2011 12:18 PMSubject: Study tour - time to learn some HebrewHistory: This message has been forwarded.Greetings fellow Pilgrims,If you ever wanted to learn Hebrew, the study tour is a great way to jump start your learning.You will see and hear it the whole time you are there. If you learn the letters now, you mayreally enjoy trying to read the signs and to understand some of the spoken language.I dont know about you, but whenever I visit another country I try to learn at least a fewthings in the language of that country.Im going to give you a phrase learn now that you can use when we get to Israel, and Ill useour alphabet instead of the Hebrew aleph-betIf you want to say "How are you" you say: Ma shalom kha? if you are speaking to a manand: Ma shalom mekh? if you are speaking to a woman.Then they will answer: "Tov" which means good or fine.Another common expression is "Ma nish ma?" Which is more like"Whats up?" or "Whatshappening".Now, a very important question to test you on. See if you can figure this one out, and Ill putit in Alphabet letters so you can read it. What does this mean? Eifo ha sherotim?Pronounced like: A Foe ha share oh teem.P.S. the letters "kh" I used above in the transliteration is a guttural sound used in Hebrewsimilar to the "ck" sound but not quite. 10/18/2011
  2. 2. Page 2 of 2 I have gotten a little feedback so far from my quiz that I sent out yesterday. I hope to getsome more soon.God bless!Jeff Martin, MajorEducation SecretaryPs 111:10 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom; A good understanding have allthose who do His commandments. His praise endures forever. NKJV 10/18/2011