New Nekudah Meets Mute Alef

[continuing in our Hebrew language lesson…]

When a doctor wants to see your tonsils well, he orders you to say AH

And for that, you need to employ the Patach, as the vowel/ Nekudah

And if ya’all Southern drawl, dahlings, as your drama game

Your mouth and the line slash of this vowel will  look quite the same

So stretch that mouth wide and give out that sigh of relief AAAHH

Or else you can use it to find humor and to laugh ha, ha.

Quick review:  Silent Alef just expresses whatever vowel is down below

So here is your review, c’mon you know how it ought to go

AH –

Now try these: אָ אַ אַאָ אַ

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