Hebrew Alef-Bet Part 5: Samekh through Tav

In this video we cover consonants fifteen through twenty-two of the Hebrew alef-bet.

Here is a quick view of the consonants covered in the video:


Name Block Cursive Sound
Samekh ס Hebrew letter Samekh handwriting.svg S
Ayin ע Hebrew letter Ayin handwriting.svg No sound, but added “throaty sound”
stops and vowels
Pe פ Hebrew letter Pe handwriting.svg P or F
Final Pe ף Hebrew letter Pe-final handwriting.svg F
Tsadi צ Hebrew letter Tsadik handwriting.svg Tz/Ts
Final Tsadi ץ Hebrew letter Tsadik-final handwriting.svg Tz/Ts
Qof ק Hebrew letter Kuf handwriting.svg Q (quick pop type “q” in throat)
Resh ר Hebrew letter Resh handwriting.svg R
Shin ש Hebrew letter Shin handwriting.svg Sh or S
Tav ת Hebrew letter Taf handwriting.svg T
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