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את

Aleph-Tuv

  1. A word used to indicate a direct object, located between the verb and the direct object.
  2. pronoun you (singular fem.)

Aleph-Tuv used to indicate a direct object and is located between the verb and the direct object.
Aleph-Tuv is found twice in the first line of the TORAH. The fourth word in a seven word line,
Central in its position Aleph-Tuv is colored in red.

בּראשׁית  בּרא  אלהים  את  השמים  ואת  הארץ ׃ 

Aleph-Tuv appears again with the Hebrew prefix ו Vuv shown in green. The prefix ו is translated
as "and" while את  was not traslated.

Examine Hebrew prefixes.

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