The English vowels are a, e, i,o ,u
|(oy)||the letter "a" sound||the letter "i" sound||(oo)||The Sound|
|oil /Boil||Veil||Aisle/chai||Super||As in|
Above are the 8 sounds to be used in the Hebrew language.
A good example is: Europe, where the vowels Eu appear together at the beginning of the word and before a consonant.The vowel o appears in the middle of two consonants.
And, the vowel e appears at the and of the word.
In Hebrew most of the vowels are underneath the consonants.
In Hebrew each vowel has one sound only.
In Hebrew one sound can be represented by several vowel signs.
In Hebrew: For each sound there is more than one vowel sign. There are: "Group Sound Signs". Each group represents the same sound.
So let's find out what the signs are which sounds they represent.