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This is a very late start to my Shabbat reading as I had met with Nic Lesmeister, President of MJBI this morning and took some time in returning home.
After last week, today's reading will seem like a walk in the park as compared to Asaf's fluent highway speeds. But, I want you to be able to associate the sounds with letters.
This week I am reading from the beginning again, pointing to letters and vowels as I go.
- Vowels are usually found under the letter
- Sometimes the "O" sound is above the letter
We are reading the first few words as a review in the grey parenthesis ( )
The new reading continues between the green parenthesis ( ) as Elohim speaks light into being and calls it good.
Please comment if you need me to read slower or use more explanation of sounds. Or maybe I could read more quickly with better intonation. I am always open to ideas.
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