Unprecedented in its historical importance, Hebrew is a language with an unusual and fascinating history. One of the world’s oldest languages, Hebrew nearly fell out of common use until a great revival in the 19th century. Today, the language is of great historical, religious, and cultural relevance, and is spoken by 9 million people worldwide. Hebrew is one of two official languages in Israel, and it is spoken by 7 million people throughout the land. Take your Hebrew to Israel and visit the holy city of Jerusalem, float in the Dead Sea, and dance the night away in the fast-moving city of Tel Aviv. Whether you’re learning Hebrew to connect to your religion, strengthen business connections, or for academia, this relevant and learner-friendly language opens up a world of possibility.
No interpretation is created equal. Grammar Notes, color-coding, and features that focus on specific grammatical nuances between target and source language strengthens your understanding of Hebrew language structure.
Etiquette, body language, gestures — set the mood. Culture Notes provide a backdrop to learning material and let the Hebrew culture come alive, setting you up to forge deeper connections with Hebrew culture and make a positive impression.
Critical thinking and memory-building exercises blend new vocabulary into lesson progress, allowing you to pick up on the structure of your target language so you can apply new content that will be presented in various contexts throughout the course.
Didn’t catch that? Hear it again at a conversational speed, hover over for phonetics, or click on the word for an articulated narration. Tone your accent against native speaker audio by activating the voice comparison tool.
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