Learn Some Modern Hebrew with English Words

Rachel Levi, E-Vreet means Hebrew

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12 Videos (27m)
    • How this course works

      3:28
    • Lesson 1: Greetings

      1:03
    • Lesson 2: I, I am

      1:26
    • Lesson 3: You, You are

      2:05
    • Lesson 4: Yes

      1:30
    • Lesson 5: No, not

      2:23
    • Lesson 6: He, He is

      2:28
    • Lesson 7: Professions

      1:52
    • Lesson 8: You're tired, why?

      2:34
    • Lesson 9: She, She is

      1:39
    • Lesson 10: Family Members

      3:56
    • Conclusion

      2:56

About This Class

This is a starter course that helps you begin speaking Hebrew.  We use English words that roughly sound like Hebrew words to get you started.  You will be speaking full sentences and responding to simple questions.  You will learn how to greet and introduce yourself and others. 

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Rachel Levi

E-Vreet means Hebrew

Hello, I'm Rachel.  I have studied Linguistics and Applied Linguistics or how people learn languages. I have taught EFL and trained teachers. I facilitated training seminars in Business English. I have studied Biblical Hebrew for four years and taught courses. I have been coaching students in Biblical Hebrew for three years. I have lived in the East for 15 years where I travelled to Israel. I am also an instructional designer, which means I design courses for busy people like you who nee...

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