The first step to learning Hebrew is becoming familiar with the Hebrew alphabet. The ‘Hebrew Alphabet Course‘ is a comprehensive course which will help you to achieve this goal and to become fluent in everything related to the Hebrew alphabet including a part on the “Niqqud” (Hebrew vowel system) and other information on Hebrew typography.
Studying the mechanics and the structure of Hebrew is one of the most important things for anyone who wishes to master the Hebrew language. In the ‘Hebrew Grammar’ section you will find all of the grammar and syntax explanations you need organized by the different parts of speech and other essential grammatical structures in a simple step-by-step layout which is designed to help you to achieve this goal effectively. There is a separate part fully dedicated to the ‘Hebrew verb system’.
2. Hebrew Verb System
Learning vocabulary is fundamental to broadening your command of Hebrew. In the ‘Hebrew Vocabulary by Topics’ section you will find lots and lots of the most useful Modern Hebrew conversational words organized by topics such as ‘food and drinks’, ‘time and numbers’, ‘transportation and orientation’, traveling, hobbies, work and study and so much more. Useful Biblical Hebrew vocabulary – analyzed by its part of speech and original Hebrew stem/root – as well as Jewish and Biblical Festivals related vocabulary can be found here too.
Understanding the ‘Hebraic mindset’ (the way ‘Hebrew thinks’) opens the door to a whole new world of ideas, thoughts, and meanings. In the ‘Hebraics/Hebrew Culture, History And Heritage’ section you will find hundreds of high-quality short articles and insights into the deeper meaning of the original language of the Hebrew Bible as well as history and archeology of the Land of Israel, the Hebrew Calendar, Jewish history and traditions, Israel and its culture and much more!
The web is full of an abundance of websites offered in and about Hebrew. Links to authentic and credible content such as Hebrew and Israeli media, TV shows, movies, and music as well as lexicons, dictionaries and encyclopedia can be found in the ‘Web Resources in Hebrew‘ section. In addition, you will find here online resources for Biblical and Liturgical Hebrew as well. Links are available to to the entire Hebrew Bible in parallel verse by verse with the English translation and the ‘Siddur’ – the Jewish prayer book – which is the source for all of the main Jewish Festivals rituals and services at the synagogue