Thu, Jun 13
7:00pm - 9:00pm
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Alright, we know you can introduce yourself and make a damn good impression. In Hebrew 2, we’ll teach you how to take the conversation further and use your skills to order the best dish on the menu or book tickets to Tel Aviv or Jerusalem you’ve been dreaming about. Here's What to Expect Know Before You Go Start here if you’ve already completed...
Thursday Jun 13th, 7pm - 9pm(10 sessions)
We get it, you don’t know anything more than “shalom” and “mazel tov” or maybe you’ve taken a decade off. Either way, you’re ready for that all to change with Hebrew 1. This class is perfect for you if you're completely new to the language and you want to get the basics down to start speaking conversational Hebrew. Here's what to expect:...
Wednesday May 22nd, 7pm - 9pm(10 sessions)
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The course provides fundamental understanding of modern Hebrew, basic useful vocabulary and sentence structure. Learn the language skills necessary for basic conversation, introduction and buying at a store in Israel. Please note that topics are subject to change based on the needs of the class. Prerequisite: Knowledge of Hebrew alphabet is...
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...
Confidence is the secret ingredient to speaking any language. This class is for you if you have the grammar and vocabulary down, but maybe you just need a little more practice. Be ready to go beyond the basics in Hebrew 5. You’ll gain confidence and graduate from simple to intermediate Hebrew in no time. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO Start here if you’ve...
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...