Background and Summary of Hebrew
Hebrew is the native language of Jews and also one of the oldest languages in the world. Until now, it was mainly preserved in the Bible, the Dead Sea Scrolls. The most astonishing placeis the modernHebrewalmost similar to the Hebrew prior to 2000 years ago and no more changes is made upon the original Hebrew.
The meaning of Hebrew is regarded as “native-born Israelis” in the world and popular accepted as the native Hebrew language Translation of Jew. It belongs to the Middle East Semito-Hamitic family, abranch of the Semitic languages.
Hebrew, no vowels, and only contains 22 consonants with the writing habit start from right to left. Many literary works and documents are created from such language, and today is mainly retained in a lot of Talmud and Bible.
After the founding of Israel, the “Hebrew” is viewed as one of the official language, and almost 5.1 million populations use such language at this moment. Similarly another official language used in Israel is Arabic.
After the resurrection of the modern Hebrew, it is widely spoken and written by the Jews, the research scholars of Judaism and Israel, and also the archaeologists and linguists whom research the Middle East with its civilization, and theologians in the Christian Theological Seminary.
As the Jews wandered into all parts of the world, Hebrew Translation had been perished more than 2000 years, but after Israel established their country, the Hebrew is artificially revived. This language is really a unique miracle in the history of the world.
Today’s Hebrew still have great connection to the Hebrew more than 2000 years ago. If time turned back back to the ancient Israel age of King David, the modern Israel people could still understand the dialog of ancient people, because until now none of any modern language can do communicate with the language existed in 2000 years ago, and it’s rarely a miracles in the earth.
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