Like many other seminary students, I learned NT Greek before I learned Hebrew. When I was given the Hebrew alphabet, I was taught to pronounce it by hearing it spoken and by reading English renderings of the names of the Hebrew letters.
Recently, I read through Lamentations in the LXX and noticed that the verses in the first four chapters began with the letters in the Hebrew alphabet rendered in Greek. Most of these are exactly what I was taught when I learned Hebrew, but a few vary somewhat.
I think that I would have learned the Hebrew alphabet faster had I been given these Greek renderings along with the English.
This table has the Hebrew alphabet in Hebrew, English, and Greek. It may be of help to some future students who try to learn it.