How to Type on the Phonetic Hebrew Keyboard

            Tip #1: Just Start Typing!
            Think aleph sounds like "a"? Try it. 
            Gimel sounds like "g"? You guessed it again.
            • a = א (aleph)
            • b = ב (bet)
            • c = כ (chaf/kaf)
            • d = ד (dalet)
            • you guess the rest!
            Tip #2: Type the wrong letter? Capitalize it!
            CAPITALIZE IT. It will be the letter you wanted.
            For example:
            1. You typed "a" wanting the letter "ע" (ayin)
            2.  But "א" (aleph) came out instead! :-(
            3. CAPITAL "A" = "ע" (ayin) ... happy again
            Sample words
            • SloM = שלום  ("hello, goodbye, peace")
            • ani = אני ("I")
            • mdbr = מדבר ("speak")
            • Abrit = עברית ("Hebrew")


            Updated: 21 Nov 2017 01:33 AM
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