What’s included in the Hebrew 101 Course?
In our Hebrew 101 course, you will learn how to speak, read and write Hebrew quickly with our effective teaching method. Your 1.5-hour lessons will be offered on a schedule that works for you and accessed from home or any other location, giving you the ultimate flexibility without comprising the quality of your lessons. All lessons include live one-on-one video calls with one of our fabulous teachers.
Studying Modern hebrew has been irreplaceable for understanding Biblical Hebrew. Everyone says it’s so different, but I don’t really find it to be that different. I try to read the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) every day as a way of practicing my Modern Hebrew. It’s also interesting to me to see how Modern Hebrew evolved from ideas in Hebrew scriptures.
I believe that all the details (in the Bible) are significant. Things that are otherwise lost in translation are very clear in Hebrew.
Why Ulpan La-Inyan?
Ulpan La-Inyan employs the best in language-learning methodology for your Hebrew curriculum, including the principles developed by Dr. Paul Pimsleur. Pimsleur’s method stresses learning to speak a language before reading and writing. We at Ulpan La-Inyan teach Hebrew in a way that makes you feel comfortable with your speaking skills, so that your reading becomes meaningful.
Our experienced, professional teachers will guide you with patience and a passion and love for the language and the Holy Land. They approach each student with a customer-service stance that blends the best of the West with Israeli camaraderie, to produce the most enjoyable and effective Hebrew language program available.
See our Testimonials section to read what others like you are saying about the unique Ulpan La-Inyan experience.
To Read the Bible, Learn Modern Hebrew
Hebrew is a modern miracle. This language, spoken by the biblical Israelites, lay dormant for thousands of years in diaspora until Zionists of the 19th and 20th centuries revived it. Today, it’s the mother tongue of millions in the State of Israel.
But how close are today’s Hebrew and that spoken by the ancient Israelites? More practically, does learning to speak, read and write Modern Hebrew help someone who hopes to read the Hebrew Bible?