*just my views of what placements give rise to these traits. ‘any’ means any placement under that signed or element stated. ‘dominant’ means either the dominant sign mentioned or most placements of that sign. K, X and Z had no words :(
I have seen so many incorrect or incomplete charts of the Hebrew alphabet online… So I decided to devise the closest thing I could get to complete. This is just the basics, it doesn’t include all the rules, what happens when you combine vowels, etc, etc, I just figured this would be a better reference for anyone trying to learn this beautiful language!
Also, I apologize for the messy letters. I drew this on my tablet without pen pressure. Learners: This is the block script way of writing and is not practical to actual practice. There is a simpler way to print these letters, and then there is also cursive. If you send me a message in my ask box requesting I do print or cursive, I will!
If you are an expert in the language and I have gotten something wrong, contact me.
If you are a learner of the language and you want to ask a question, go ahead! Just remember that while I am Jewish and I am very good at reading and writing Hebrew, my comprehension of vocabulary and grammar is minimal and I am still learning as well. I am a Religious School teacher at my synagogue, and I teach both Hebrew and Judaica.
Tagging @reformjewishgirl that mentioned in one of her posts that inspired this that she was trying to learn Hebrew. I hope this is a better guide!