Almost all Hebrew words are built upon root letters called a shoresh (שורש, "root"), and are formed in such ways where small manipulations can create many different but related meanings. Eliezer Ben Yehuda and poet Judah Leib Gordon are credited with much of this revival of Modern Hebrew, which offers the opportunity to explore this rich language.
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