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Hello dear Hebrew enthusiast!
First of all:
If you want to unlock this course for FREE, like us on Facebook: Hebrew For Beginners.
Secondly we would like to introduce ourselves:
1) Guy Ben-Moshe - Hebrew instructor for the last decade, live in Israel and teach Hebrew to newcomers, IDF volunteers (non profit), 5-7 years old israelis, newcomers families children. Visited New Zealand and China with short stops to teach Hebrew.
2) Itzik Pinhasov - Hebrew instructor for the last decade, for about 7 years teach 5-7 years old children, volunteerly teaches newcomers families in central Israel, and also teach Hebrew to IDF volunteers around the world.
About the course:
This short course is an introduction to our full "Hebrew For Beginners" course, here you will learn about the Hebrew Alphabet, and how to recognize and pronounce the letters (basic pronounciation without vowel signs). This is a very short and straight forward course so stay sharp and focused, good luck!
Visit us at our Facebook page for further information and to learn a new word every day!
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Hebrew Teacher, Israel
Guy is an enthusiast Hebrew Instructor currently in Israel, but taught also in New-Zealand, and China.
Teaching Hebrew to 6 years old kids (1st grade) for more than 7 years.
Volunteerly teaching Hebrew to newcomers (especially from the US / Australia), mainly children, to "Taglit" participants, and IDF foreign volunteers.
"Hebrew is not only our language, it's our heritage, knowing Hebrew, even basic, is crucial for every Jewish living in this world"
I want to test my knowledge of the pronounciations. Knowing the names of the letters doesn't help me once I need to know the words and phrases.