- Try Uppercase
- eXcept Tzadi
Type Hebrew like your mother tongue in minutes!
Click "next" to quickly learn the last two simple rules of Heblish.
- Do not transliterate words. E.g., שקל is NOT "shkl".
Replace each Hebrew letter with ONE English letter.
Shin gets replaced with "s". So שקל is "skl".
- Note more than one English letter can give a Hebrew letter: typing "b" or "v" both make ב.
- Punctuation marks like "comma" and numbers are the same as in your English keyboard.