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Shalom! The story of the Hebrew language is nothing short of miraculous – a practically dead language, used only in houses of worship was resuscitated and brought back to life by one man, Eliezer Ben Yehuda, and is now spoken by millions and rapidly evolving in our modern world.We have developed LearningHebrew.net for English speakers who want to learn to speak or write this captivating and enchanting language. It is designed to be an excellent resource for those who are encountering the Hebrew language for the first time, as well as those who want to take their Hebrew to the next level. For beginners, those who are encountering the Hebrew language and its study for the first time, we have created friendly content designed to help learn the basics of the language – its history, the alphabet, grammar, conversational Hebrew etc.In addition, those who already have some sort of experience in Hebrew will also be able to benefit from unique content to help improve their level or at least be exposed to other sources of excellent language learning that we have located and evaluated on the Web.
- Origin and history of the Hebrew language
- Hebrew alphabet
- Basics of the Hebrew language
- Hebrew Grammar
- Conversational Hebrew
- Hebrew Slang
- Modernization of Hebrew
- Top 10 online sources for Hebrew language study
- Studying Hebrew in Israel
- 10 books for learning Hebrew
- Hebrew Dictionaries and Phrase Books
- List of useful websites
If there are other subjects you would like to see us cover, don’t hesitate to contact us with your requests and/or recommendations.
We hope that this site will be of assistance during your study, and wish you b’hatslacha!
The LearningHebrew.net Staff
The Hebrew Alphabet consists of 22 letters (From right to left). Click on the letter you wish to practice: