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It’s the modern and convenient way to get started with Hebrew phrases and conversation. As our many clients who use this method can testify, there are is no easier way than learning to speak Hebrew on Skype.Learning to speak Hebrew on Skype has one major benefit!
It’s the flexibility! Subject, of course to time zone variation, you can learn at a time that suits you. You can relax with your favourite drink, sit back and engage in More >
Latest available figures show that there are around 125 million logins to Skype EACH MONTH – so its a pretty popular way to communicate.
For us, and our many clients who learn Hebrew on Skype with us, there are two major benefits:
- It’s easy and convenient to use
- and using Skype is FREE!
And when we need to use our Teaching Worksheets it’s simple to do this online in a number of different ways, whilst still being connected More >
We know that many people are nervous and are afraid to take the first step. Perhaps it’s because Hebrew sounds strange compared to, say English or other European languages.
It’s true that, when you begin to speak Hebrew, you will have to master one or two sounds that you are not used to.Begin to speak Hebrew without fear
Being a total beginner has it’s advantages when it comes to learning pronunciation, as you begin to speak Hebrew. At least you don’t More >
That’s not as difficult as you might imagine. Here, at Street Hebrew, we concentrate on providing a basic framework that enables you to speak Hebrew in the everyday manner of the average Israeli.
One reason that it is easy to speak Hebrew, in a way that doesn’t tag you as an outsider, is that for over 40% of Israelis, Hebrew is not their mother tongue. They also had to learn it as a second language. Also, for 20% of Israeli citizens, Arabic is their More >
Relative to the complexities of English and English Grammar, learning Hebrew is not so difficult. Although, as with every language (except Esperanto) there are a few irregularities.
But, they are the exception, and nowhere near as numerous as in English. At Street Hebrew, we concentrate on the basics of conversational and everyday Hebrew.Our Hebrew programme is designed to get you up and running and learning Hebrew as quickly as possible.
We want you to feel comfortable in learning Hebrew and that’s why we prefer More >
One of the most difficult aspects of making aliyah is the kids. Moving countries and changing realities isn’t simple and taking your kids into consideration has to be one of your top priorities when considering the move. So is there a right or wrong age to make the move as far as the little ones are concerned? For that matter is there a preferable or ideal age for them? And at what point should they start to learn Hebrew?
The general consensus among educators is that, depending on the maturity More >
You might think this sounds like a tall order but it is possible to get the gist of a fluent, Hebrew conversation whilst only knowing 70% or less of the actual words in it.
As with any language it’s not always just about the words. There are many other factors that contribute to comprehending and understanding what is being said:Understand Hebrew Context
You can glean a lot from a conversation by keeping it in context. Say for example you are at the pharmacy. You would expect to hear words like “medicine, prescription or More >