Regular Hebrew Courses
Our regular ongoing Hebrew classes meet weekly (sometimes twice per week) all year round.
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.
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.
Advanced Beginner Aleph
Practice and expand your skills and vocabulary. Open to students that have completed Beginner Bet, or by placement.
Advanced Beginner Bet
Continue to develop your Hebrew skills, as you learn the past tense. Open to students who have completed Advanced Beginner Aleph, 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.
Future tense is introduced. Build syntax and grammar skills, as you develop your ability to converse more fluently. Open to students who have completed Low Intermediate, or by placement.
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.
Continue to develop all four language skills: speaking, understanding, reading and writing – at an advanced level. Open to students who have completed High Intermediate, or by placement.
Additional Hebrew Courses
Reading & Understanding Prayer for Beginners
In this class for beginners, students will learn how to read Hebrew and practice reading blessings and prayers from the prayer book.
This class, for students at Intermediate level and above, will focus on Hebrew grammar.
Students will read and discuss modern Hebrew literature. For High Intermediate and above.
News in Hebrew
This in-depth class will focus on Hebrew-language newspapers and news media, exploring the unique language used in news reporting. For High Intermediate and above (students should be familiar with passive verb structures).
What's My Level?
If you know little to no Hebrew, go ahead and register for Beginner Aleph.
All other students are strongly encouraged to contact us for an over-the-phone placement interview. This takes just a few minutes and will help us place you into the correct level. We’ll ask you some questions to assess your Hebrew skills and then recommend one of our classes.