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Hebrew alphabet and characters
The Hebrew alphabet should display only the following characters. If your document is not showing correctly, then first check that the encoding for that program and font supports Semitic languages.
Hebrew grammar rules
In Hebrew, nouns are either masculine or feminine (or both). Number can be singular, plural or dual.
Grammatical relations are expressed by adding prefixes and suffixes to the word’s root. To express possession or to mark a direct object, prepositions are used.
Adjectives agree with nouns in number and gender.
Hebrew formatting rules
|First day of the week||Sunday|
|Working days||Sunday to Thursday|
|Short date format||d/MM/yyyy|
|Long date format||yyyy MMMMב d dddd|
|e.g. 2016 יום חמישי 24 במרץ|
Numbers and measurements
Hebrew capitalisation usage
Use of capitalisation
This section does not apply to Hebrew.
Solutions for Hebrew
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