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Paragraph 1 of your question quotes Rambam Hilchot Tefilla 12:11. This refers to reading the Torah as is seen from the first halocho: Tefilah and Birkat Kohanim - Chapter Thirteen Halacha 1 Moses, our teacher, ordained that the Jews should read the Torah publicly on the Sabbath and on Monday and Thursday mornings, so the [people] would never have ...


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I use what i call the "brute force" method, because i don't "chunk" it at all. What i do is: Read the whole aliyah a few times on the chumash side of the tikkun. Start looking on the Torah side; check back to the chumash side often. (repeat a couple times) Try reading the whole thing only on the Torah side, but don't cover the chumash yet, in case i need a ...


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Say first passuk three times in the "Chumash side" Say it once in the "Torah side" 2a. If you have it, proceed to step 3 2b. If not, repeat steps 1 and 2 until you have it Learn the next passuk, using steps 1 and 2 Once you've learned five pessukim like that, read them all in the Torah side, once 4a. Fix any problems with those five pessukim At the end of ...


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The Mishnah in Tractate Megillah, Chapter 4, discusses the laws concerning "Holy Scrolls" which are read during Shabbat and the holidays. It is presumed that the "Holy Scrolls" were written in Hebrew. This tradition of reading the Torah in Hebrew likely goes back to the prophet Ezra, and may extend even further than this. So it is unlikely that a Jewish ...



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