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I agree with the previous answer. I wanted to add that the Trope Trainer program that I use to learn my weekly Torah reading has a somewhat unusual technique. It has the regular Hebrew font in the right column and the Torah script in the left column. The Regular Hebrew text has the Kri and the Torah text has the ktiv. In most situations, there is a notation ...


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I don't think there is any single "most common way", as i've personally seen several. Some chumashim will print the ktiv without vowels, and the kri next to it. Others will do the same, but in small print, write קרי and כתיב. Still others will only include the ktiv (without vowels) in the text, and have a note in the margin with the kri. Others use the ...



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