Hebrew is used in the writing of the Jewish languages, including Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, and Judeo-Arabic. The Hebrew alphabet consists of 22 consonants. There is no differentiation between uppercase and lowercase letters. Hebrew is written and read from right to left.
Hebrew script is further characterized by a set of diacritical marks to indicate vocalization. These take the form of points and small lines. The diacritical and vocalization system also includes cantillation marks to indicate how religious texts consisting of consonants only are to be chanted in the synagogue.
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