Welcome! Today's Hebrew lesson is a review of the "Dagesh".
The Dagesh is a diacritic dot placed inside, on top, or next to, a Hebrew letter that modifies the pronunciation, turning a "B" into a "V", a "P" into an "F" or a "S" into a "SH".
Like vowels, You will almost never see the Dagesh used in day-to-day situations (like newspapers) and will just have to learn how to properly pronounce words through lots of experience.
ך ם ן ף ץ Yesterday; the final forms, or "Sofeet".ב בּ כ כּ שׁ שׂ Today; The "Dagesh".
** Tomorrow we review the whole Hebrew Aleph-Bet **