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Hebrew is one of the world’s oldest languages, the language of the Bible, and—according to tradition—the language G-d used to create the universe! Yet until recent modernity (about 120 years ago), Hebrew was only in used in liturgy and by scholars. Miraculously, as the idea of returning to Israel gained traction, Hebrew once again became a living language. Today, there are over 9 million Hebrew speakers around the world. Do you want to be one of them? If so, join us for this class!
Get acquainted with Modern Hebrew as spoken in Israel! No previous knowledge is required! Learn how to conduct basic conversations, how to read and write, and the foundations of the Hebrew grammar, all in an enjoyable and student-centered atmosphere. With Hebrew language courses, you can fulfill your language requirement, minor in “Jewish Studies with Language”, and more!
Instructor: Eynat Gutman
In this course, we continue developing speaking, listening, reading and writing. The student is expected to be comfortable using the present tense to discuss (orally and in writing), listen or read about a variety of topics concerning the present, such as the University, Food and Family. Only minimal knowledge of past tense is expected in the beginning, since the past tense is a major grammatical topic this semester. Some topics that will be covered this semester include being able to discuss body parts in detail and one’s external appearance; aches and pains; describe one’s activities throughout the week; tell the time; and talk about the past. Grammatically, we will extend our knowledge of verbs in the present tense and concentrate on learning a variety of past tense patterns. We will be exposed to texts, song and video throughout the semester.
Prerequisite: Hebrew 106 or equivalent. Students who had 9-10 years of Hebrew day-school (i.e., up to 10th grade) are usually also at the right level (a placement interview is required in those cases).
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