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Appropriate for those just beginning their Hebrew studies.
Learn to read basic texts from the prayer book so you can follow the Hebrew service in synagogue. No knowledge of the Hebrew alphabet or vowels required.
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Learn to speak modern, conversational Hebrew, the language of Israel. Emphasis is on conversation; basic grammar, reading and writing are included.
Knowledge of the alphabet and the ability to read Hebrew are required.
Enrich both your vocabulary and knowledge of the prayer book.
Learn some central Hebrew prayers and blessings while keeping mindful of the cultural aspects of the Hebrew language. Lessons will expand on verbs and their roots. Appropriate for those who are familiar with the alphabet and vowels, and have some basic vocabulary of modern or biblical He...
Level 3 is for those who can comfortably speak/write in the present tense (“I'm traveling to Israel“), as well as in third person (“He's going home“). Students should feel comfortable conjugating to plurals in Hebrew (“They're flying to Greece“/“We're walking from here“) and also have a clear understanding of the past tense, simple...
Taught in English. Level 1 is for students who don’t have a clue about Hebrew and for those who maybe studied it a little bit before but want or need to restart at the very beginning. Level 1 coursework involves a comprehensive overview of the Hebrew alphabet and the sounds they represent that is reinforced through exercises in vocabulary and...
Level 2 is for those who are relatively comfortable with the Hebrew alphabet and sounds as well as have very limited vocabulary. In Level 2, the professor reviews everything from Level 1and then starts to work students through more complex sentence structures and build vocabulary. 80% of our students place themselves correctly, so don’t stress about...
Continue strengthening your Hebrew skills. Read a wide variety of material, including Hebrew literature. Follow-up discussions will enable you to build comprehension and fluency. Students will be introduced to Israeli media, including newspapers, magazines, radio, and television. Open to students who have completed Intermediate, or by placement.
Take your Hebrew to a higher level. Study the past tense in more binyanim (Hebrew paradigms) and verb conjugations, as you continue to build your speaking skills. Open to students who have completed Advanced Beginner Bet, or by placement.
Learn to speak, understand, read and write modern Hebrew. You'll converse from the first lesson. Reading and writing will be taught simultaneously. Knowledge of the alphabet is not required.
Practice and expand your skills and vocabulary. Open to students that have completed Beginner Bet, or by placement.
This course is a continuation of Beginner Aleph. You will build your vocabulary, as you develop your skills in utilizing the present tense and infinitives. You will gain new confidence in all four language skills: speaking, understanding, reading and writing. Open to students who have completed Beginner Aleph, or by placement.
Continue to develop your Hebrew skills, as you learn the past tense. Open to students who have completed Advanced Beginner Aleph, or by placement.
Hebrew 5 will help solidify all major grammar points and prepare you for Advanced Conversation Practice. Here is a list of things you should be familiar with to know if Hebrew 5 is right for you:1) You can use the singular and plural forms of verbs to converse in the past, present and future tenses. You understand the roots of all major verbs.2) You...
Level 4 is for those who can comfortably speak/write in the present, past and future tenses. Level 4 Students should be able to:1. Combine one or more tenses in the same sentence. For example:I'll be going home as I've already finished my work for the day.He bought a dog so we are taking the dog for a walk.2. Read Hebrew without the vowels written.3....
Learn American Sign Language through songs and play with children close to your child’s age. Go home each week with new vocabulary and new tunes to enhance communication between you and your child! Whether you intend to incorporate sign language in your life for the long term or simply during this pre-verbal/developing verbal time, watch in awe as...
Our intensive courses are ideal for motivated students who prefer an accelerated learning environment. Daily reinforcement helps students retain what they learn in class. Students are immersed in Hebrew for three hours a day for the duration of the session.
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