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Like any other language, Hebrew is an ancient Semitic language of Jewish people. However, unlike English Hebrew Language has no vowels and always written from right to left. Currently, this language is spoken by a number of people of which hundreds are dialects. Just to mention, dialects is where people speak the same but differently.

Hebrew Language and People Timeline

Biblical it was given to the people of the house of Eber and was written inform of Hieroglyphics. It means that pictures were used to pass the information and messages. After decades picture writing changed to phonetic by coding information as a sound. Within the middle and end of the first millennium, the people of Masoretes advanced it to use of dots and dashes to guide on the pronunciation. Within this period the first text were written and it was used until 587 BCE during the fall of Jerusalem. Jewish laws was the second article to be edited in Hebrew language which was done by corpus. In the approach of 19th to 20th century some Jews shifted to Israel it was revived and replaced other speaking such as Arabic, Yiddish and Russian.
In present days, its spoken by an average of five million people either as native or adopted with varying level of proficiency. At around 1922 it was officially started to be used by the British Palestine’s. Currently, Israel and Arab states have adopted it officially being used for official purposes, public as well as private. Listed below are some of the Hebrew dialects:

  • (a) Ashkenazim are Jews with European descent who uses European dialect and mostly influenced by Yiddish. In current days European dialect is more popular and most Israelite’s enjoy its social prestige.
  • (b) Sephardi Jews who are Middle East ancient have Oriental dialect of Hebrew Language with strong influence from Arabic.
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