The easy Rosh Hashanah Greeting is “shana tova”, means “year good”. As you know, rosh hashanah is simply the Hebrew new year. Here is how you say happy new year in Hebrew:
And here is how you write it with niqqud (Hebrew vowels):
Rosh Hashanah Greeting Pronunciation in Hebrew
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Hebrew Grammar Note:
** In Hebrew, adjectives come after nouns, unlike English in which you can say “good boy”, in Hebrew you have to say “boy good”.
** In Hebrew, nouns do have genders, an apartment is feminine, a house is masculine etc.
When a Hebrew noun ends in the letter ה (he), it’s a strong sign that the word is probably feminine.