NO. Do Christians only speak English?
More seriously, though, most Jews speak the lingua franca or official language(s) of their country of birth or residence. For example, most American, Canadian (aside from Quebec), and British Jews speak English. Most Quebecois and French Jews speak French. Most Argentine and Mexican Jews speak Spanish. Most Russian and Ukrainian Jews speak Russian. Many also speak Jewish languages, of which Hebrew is just one of many, including: Yiddish, Ladino, Yevanic, and Judeo-Arabic.
Hebrew is used for prayers, blessings, and reading the Torah. Talmud-study uses a mix of Hebrew and Aramaic. Otherwise, daily conversation in Hebrew takes place only in Israel.
No. 20% of the population of Israel is not Jewish. There are Christian, Muslims, and Druze who speak Hebrew, as well as other ethnicities in Israel.
The state of Israel is the only country that has Hebrew as a national language, but there are Jews all over the world who speak Hebrew.
Israel is the only country in the world in which Hebrew is an official language.In addition, many Jews around the world speak Hebrew as a second language.
Jews who live in the State of Israel speak Hebrew. Jews who live in North America speak English. Jews speak the language of whatever country they live in.
Jews speak the language of the country they live in. The majority of Jews in the world speak English. The second most spoken language is Hebrew.
Orthodox Jews usually speak the language of the country in which they live. Most Orthodox Jews are also somewhat fluent in Classical Hebrew, though often not in Modern Hebrew. Many Orthodox Jews are able to speak Yiddish.
English, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
The Ancient Hebrews spoke Hebrew. Today, about 6 million Jews in the world speak Hebrew either as a first or second language.
The largest nationality to speak Hebrew as a native language or second language are the Jews, particularly the Jews of Israel. The second largest nationality to speak Hebrew as a native or second language are Arabs (Israeli Arabs make up more than 20% of the population of Israel).
Israel is the only country in which Hebrew is a national language, and is spoken there by around 6 million people.However, since Jews live in countries the world over, and around 2-3 million of those Jews in the diaspora speak Hebrew, the language is spoken on every continent of the globe.
The language is called Hebrew. The people can be called Jews, or Hebrews, or Israelites, or Israelis.
No, the Nazis did not speak Hebrew. In fact, virtually NO European Jews spoke Hebrew either at the time of the Holocaust*. Almost no one spoke Hebrew outside of Israel. (At the time, most East European Jews spoke Yiddish, which is fairly close to German).*It's important to note, that The Jews of Europe used Hebrew in synagogues for prayer, study, and other scholarly uses, but this is not the same thing as speaking Hebrew.
Nowadays most Jews speak the language of the country that they live in, so in Israel most speak Hebrew, in the US and Britain English, in France French and so on. Obviously, many Jews also can speak one or more foreign languages.In the past, many Sephardic Jews spoke Ladino, which is derived from (medieval) Spanish and from Hebrew, while many Ashkenazi (North European) Jews spoke Yiddish, which is derived from (medieval) German and from Hebrew.AnswerJewish people live in almost every country in the world, and they speak the language of their country.The majority of Jews in North America speak English.The majority of Jews in Israel speak Hebrew.Answerthe Jewish language is Hebrew (though not all Jews speak it). There are other Jewish languages also; the most common among them is Yiddish.Answera variety but mainly spoken is HebrewThere are about 16 million Jews in the world as of 2018, and the majority of them speak English as either a 1st or 2nd language.Today, the majority speak English and/or Hebrew. There are also many who speak Yiddish.Jews live in about 135 different countries, and they generally speak the languages of their countries.-- Many Jews live in Israel, where Hebrew is an official state language and English is widespread.-- Many Jews live in North America, where they mainly speak English.-- Many who are descended from Russian or eastern European Jews still speakYiddish, regardless of where they live today.-- Many who are descended from Spanish or Portuguese Jews still speakLadino, regardless of where they live today.-- Many who grew up in, or are descended from Jews who grew up in,many other places in Europe, still speak French, German, Italian, Flemish,Greek, Slavic, Polish, etc., regardless of where they live today.-- Many who are descended from Iranian Jews still speak Farsi/Persian,regardless of where they live today.-- Many who are descended from Iraqi, Egyptian, Moroccan, Tunisian, Syrian,or Yemenite Jews still speak Arabic, regardless of where they live today.
Jews who speak Hebrew call their candles "nay-ROTE". Jews who speak Yiddish call their candles "LICHT". Jews who speak English call their candles "CAN-dÄ±lz". The Jews in the 130-or-so countries where they still live and celebrate the Jewish Sabbath and holidays generally refer to their candles either in Hebrew or in the language of their country.
Because it is the language of Jewish prayer, of the Torah, the Prophets, the Mishna, and of the Israelites in general (the ancestors of modern Jews). See also the Related Link.More about Hebrew
Hebrew is spoken by at least some Jews in almost every country of the world.
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The ancient Hebrews spoke Hebrew. Today it is it an official language of Israel. Jews all over the world speak Hebrew as well.
Jews in Medieval Spain spoke Spanish and Ladino. They also used Hebrew in prayers.
It depends how Hellenized they were. Most Jews could converse in either Hebrew or Aramaic. (By the 300s BCE, Aramaic was starting to become dominant over Hebrew.) All Hellenized Jews could speak Koine Greek. Some of the Hellenized Jews were so enamored with Greek culture that they only knew how to speak Koine Greek and were no longer capable of speaking Semitic languages, but this was the minority.
No European country speaks Hebrew as either an official language or national language. Hebrew is spoken in Israel, which is in Asia.However, there are many Jews all over Europe who speak Hebrew.
In ancient times, Jews spoke Hebrew. From about 250 BCE to about 200 CE, the main language of the Jews was Aramaic. Since then, Jews have migrated to almost every country in the world, and they speak the local languages of the regions they live in. Today, most Jews speak English as their native language or as a second language. Hebrew is the second most spoken language among Jews.
There is no such language as "Jewish". Jews all over the world speak many different languages. Jews from Israel speak hebrew, but many European Jews speak Yiddish or Ladino as a second language. Hebrew is also taught in Jewish schools outside Israel.
Jewish people live in almost every country in the world, and they speak the language of their countries. Most Jews in North America speak English. Most Jews in Israel speak Hebrew.
Israel is the the only country that has Hebrew as one of its official languages.There are also a lot of Native Hebrew speakers living in the U.S., Canada, the UK, and the Palestinian Territories. Hebrew is also widely used by Jews all over the world.