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The Hebrew Alphabet

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כחול לבן pronounced “caxol lavan” which means “blue and white.” It’s a term that is used to describe products that were made in Israel. This is the logo used to designate such products.

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Google's Hebrew and Arabic voice search

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Looking down a row of stores at Machene Yehudah, Jerusalem's outdoor market.

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Very excited to start the news series, "Reader Submitted Questions." I'll be taking questions submitted online and in person, formatting them, and posting them online. Ask any question about Hebrew you want, tell your friends! Keep checking this page because updates will be made to this page, so you don't have tons of seperate posts to keep track of. http://thehebrewlanguage.com/gen…/reader-submitted-questions

This is the start of my new series of reader submitted questions. I’m currently in the process of taking the questions of been asked in person and via email and formating them to be published online. This is just the first letter, expect more to come. If you’d like to add to this list please feel...
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View of Tel-Aviv city and the beach

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Diverse Israel: Did you know over 70,000 Bedouins live in Israel in over 45 villages?

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Just a picture of the Kotel at sunrise. Great way to start off the morning.

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פלאפל Falafel

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I hope everyone has a great Shabbat!

Only in Israel - "Be Careful, automatic parking lot barrier"

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Just added an "archive" section to make finding older articles easier http://thehebrewlanguage.com/archive

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The much beloved easy Hebrew, Sha’ar La’matchil (“Gate for Beginners”) newspaper that has been used by new immigrants (olim) to Israel since 1956 has been discontinued. The last edition was published the first week of April 2012. The final edition included a note saying, “thank all readers, teache...
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Cool infographic on languages. Number of speakers, how the internet has affected languages, predictions for popular languages in the future, and how long it takes to learn a language.

Speaking of Languages - Infographic Social | Transparent Language
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There are several ways you can use movies on DVD to improve your target language. There are three ways you can watch a movie in Hebrew, starting form the hardest to the easiest.
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Only in Israel

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A big thanks to all the new likes this page has received. I'm in the process of writing new articles for the site which I hope will be posted soon. In the mean time feel free to ask me any questions about learning Hebrew or leave comments on my facebook page or on the site. Thanks!