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- 501 Hebrew Verbs, 2e, by Shmuel Bolozky, Ph.D.
An essential reference guide for all serious students of both modern and biblical Hebrew. This book includes 565 fully conjugated, high frequency verbs that are listed alphabetically by their root forms.
- Before You Know It Deluxe - Hebrew, by Transparent Language.
This is an innovative flash card program that includes supplemental learning activities. In addition to the Hebrew vocabulary lists that come with the program, users can easily make and add their own lists - on any subject.
- Biblical Hebrew: A Comprehensive Method.
A complete course in Biblical Hebrew that teaches you Hebrew using actual Biblical passages. (CD)
- Biblical Hebrew Step-by-Step, Volume I, by Menahem Mansoor.
Offering a grammar-based introduction to Biblical Hebrew that starts at the bare basics of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet and which will have you reading Biblical passages by the time you finish the text.
- Chumash Chorev ha-Menukad.
This five-volume, large print, Hebrew edition contains the complete text of the Chumash, as well as commentaries by Rashi, Targam Onkelos, Ikkar Sifsei, Chachamim, Ba'al HaTurim, and Toldos Aharon. (Large Print)
- Colloquial Hebrew, by Zippi Lyttleton and Tamar Wang.
A Complete Course for Beginners emphasising modern conversational Hebrew.
- Contemporary Hebrew 1, by Menahem Mansoor.
A grammar-based introductory course on Modern Hebrew that is ideal for college students, adult self-learners, and advance high schools students.
- Davka Dikduk.
A Great New Way to Understand and Learn Hebrew Grammar! (CD)
- Davka Dikduk II.
An introductory course on advanced Hebrew grammar, which includes several short stories and 50 different exercises and quizzes. (CD)
- DavkaWriter Platinum
A rock-hard Hebrew - English Word Processing program from Davka Corporation. (CD)
- Encounters in Modern Hebrew, By Edna Amir Coffin.
Comprising three books, this series provides students with an invigorating, college-level introduction to Israeli Hebrew. By the time students have completed all three books in the series they will be ready to take advanced Hebrew language courses. The three books combined are equivalent to two - three years of college level study of Hebrew.
- English Hebrew by Subject, 3rd Edition, by Hanna G. Perez.
This topical dictionary is ideal for use by students, olim, professionals, and anybody interested in increasing their modern Hebrew vocabulary. Includes a 12-hour audio CD that will help you to learn the correct pronunciation of the book's vocabulary and which will help to improve your listening comprehension.
- Everyday Hebrew, by Eliezer Tirkel.
A 30-unit beginner's textbook that teaches colloquial Hebrew. This textbook is designed for use by independent learners, and is suitable for both high school and adult students.
- Exambusters Hebrew Study Cards
A set of flash cards presenting hundreds of essential Modern Hebrew words and phrases, offered in both paper and CD-ROM versions. Useful for travelers, students, and for those seeking a refresher course in basic Hebrew.
- The First Hebrew Primer, by Ethelyn Simon, Irene Resnikoff, and Linda Motzkin.
The Adult Beginner's Path to Biblical Hebrew. This textbook, when combined with the companion answer book, audio set, and flash cards - serve as a complete introductory course in Biblical Hebrew for use in the classroom and by independent learners.
- The First Hebrew Reader, by Jessica W. Goldstein.
Guided readings of passages from the Hebrew Bible, designed to help students of Biblical Hebrew improve their reading and translation skills.
- Foreign Service Institute's Hebrew Basic Course - Digital Edition
This is a complete course in modern Hebrew that places a heavy emphasis on speaking and aural comprehension. This digital edition features a textbook in PDF format and MP3 audio files, all on a single CD-ROM.
- Get Started in Modern Hebrew, by Shula Gilboa.
This is a complete beginner's course in modern Hebrew that concentrates not only on reading and writing, but also listening and speaking skills. This course features both a book and audio CD, making it ideal for use by self-learners.
- Grammatical Concepts 101 for Biblical Hebrew, by Gary A. Long.
Learning Biblical Hebrew Grammatical Concepts Through English Grammar.
- The Guide to Loshon Hakodesh: Volume 1 - Mastering the Basics, by Nachman Marcuson.
A self-study text that covers the fundamentals of Biblical Hebrew grammar. It is geared toward students that already know how to read Hebrew, and it covers thirty-two grammatical rules. Exercises are included at the end of each chapter, and a detailed answer key can be found at the end of the book.
- The Guide to Loshon Hakodesh: Volume 2 - Mastering Hebrew Verbs: The Seven Binyanim, by Nachman Marcuson.
The second volume in The Guide to Loshon Hakodesh series provides an in-depth analysis of the Hebrew verbs and the seven binyamin, patterns, that the verbs follow. The past, future, and present tenses of the verbs are covered in this volume. Answers to all the exercises are provided.
- Ha-Yesod: Fundamentals of Hebrew, by Luba Uveeler and Norman M. Bronznick.
Newly revised, this introductory modern Hebrew textbook is grammar based and teaches Hebrew using a step-by-step methodology.
- Hebrew: A Language Course, Edited by Ora Band
A three-part course for adults that teaches the basics of Hebrew grammar and syntax, and provides the students with a vocabulary of about 1,000 words.
- Hebrew from Scratch, New Edition, Part 1, by Shlomit Chayat, Sara Israeli, and Hilla Kobliner.
A first-year, beginner's textbook in Modern Israeli Hebrew designed for adult students working with a teacher. It is also suitable for self-learners who already have a little background in Hebrew. Text doubles as both a textbook and a workbook, and includes ample and varied readings.
- Hebrew from Scratch, New Edition, Part 2, by Shlomit Chayat, Sara Israeli, and Hilla Kobliner.
This is the second book in the two-part Hebrew from Scratch, New Edition series. This book picks up where the first book ended, and it includes longer and more rigorous readings, dialogs, and exercises. This book is designed for adult students and is suited for both upper-level beginning classes and lower intermediate level classes.
- Hebrew for Dummies, by Jill Suzanne Jacobs.
An easy-to-use guidebook that teaches you how to speak Hebrew, so that you sound just like an Israeli. Includes an audio CD with sample conversations read by native speakers.
- Hebrew in 10 Minutes a Day, by Kristine Kershul.
An innovative and fun Hebrew language learning program designed for tourists, which allows you to quickly learn to read and speak Hebrew and to develop a working vocabulary covering common words and phrases that you are likely to need during your trip.
- Hineni: The New Hebrew Through Prayer, by Terry Kaye.
A three volume, multi-grade, integrated Hebrew learning program that helps prepare students in grades 4-7 for their bar or bat mitzvah.
- Ivrit Alfon, By Lois Rothblum, Bella Bergman, and Ora Band
Hebrew: A Language Course - Primer, this book offers the student a firm grounding in the Hebrew alphabet, the vowels, and, according to the book's authors, it will teach you to "...read and write Hebrew in six weeks or less." By the time you work through this book you will have also gained a working Hebrew vocabulary of about 140 words.
- Learn Hebrew Now! Version 10, by Transparent Language.
With a vocabulary of more than 15,000 words, and the ability to record, playback, and compare your speech with that of a native Hebrew speaker, this is a multi-media Hebrew learning program that teaches all aspects of modern Israeli Hebrew, including reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension.
- Learning to Read Hebrew.
A complete course that will teach you to read Hebrew, and which will introduced you to all the letters in the Hebrew alphabet, and all the vowels, and how they are pronounced.
- Let's Talk! Live, by Pearl Tarnor and Nili Ziv.
A live audio recording of the 15 Hebrew dialogues found in Let's Talk, read by eight different readers, both adults and children.
- Let's Talk! Modern Hebrew for Teens, by Pearl Tarnor, Nili Ziv, and Nina Woldin.
Follow four teenagers as they travel through Israel, have many exciting adventures, and speak to each other in modern Hebrew. This textbook consists of fifteen lessons that include both dialogs and exercises, and it is a great tool for keeping teenagers and pre-teens excited about learning Hebrew.
- Literature on the Tip of the Tongue, By Edna Genossar Grad.
Intermediate Hebrew Textbook & Workbook that bridges the gap between introductory Hebrew textbooks and the study of Hebrew literature.
- Lonely Planet Hebrew Phrasebook, by Klara Illana Wistinetzki and Justin Ben-Adam (Rudelson).
The second edition of the Lonely Planet Hebrew Phrasebook, is a pocket-sized phrase book filled with all the basic words and phrases that you are likely to need while traveling around Israel and communicating with the average man or women on the street, in a variety of situations from general social interactions to emergency situations.
- Maskilon Learners Kit for the Study of Hebrew, by Abraham Solomonick and David Morrison.
A three-volume series consisting of a Hebrew - English Dictionary based on Hebrew verb roots, a Practical Hebrew Grammar, and a Learner's Hebrew - English Dictionary.
- Modern English - Hebrew Dictionary, by Avraham Zilkha.
This dictionary contains 30,000 entries that provide direct translations of American English words into Contemporary Hebrew.
- Modern Hebrew.
A self-contained, complete course in Hebrew. Beginning with a brief introduction to the Hebrew Alphabet and the basics of reading Hebrew, this will also teach you the fundamentals of grammar, provide you with a vocabulary of over 900 words, and introduce you to elements of Israel culture and geography. (CD)
- Modern Hebrew - An Essential Grammar, By Lewis Glinert.
The third edition of this invaluable reference book provides a concise and up-to-date overview of Hebrew grammar, and a selection of practical exercises that allows you to test your knowledge of the topics covered.
- Modern Hebrew for Beginners, by Esther Raizen.
This combination text and workbook is designed to be used with web-based audio, visual, and interactive materials to give students multiple learning opportunities suited to a variety of learning styles. This allows intense practice of all four language skills: reading, writing, listening comprehension, and conversation.
- Modern Hebrew for Intermediate Students, by Esther Raizen.
A sequel to Modern Hebrew for Beginners, this combination of text and workbook is designed to be used with web-based audio, visual, and interactive materials to give students multiple learning opportunities suited to a variety of learning styles. The program provides for intense practice of all four language skills: reading, writing, listening comprehension, and conversation.
- My Israel Hebrew Adventure
An Interactive Hebrew Learning Voyage! On which you will travel to Israel and learn basic Hebrew grammar and develop of vocabulary of 500 words as you travel around Israel.
- The New Comprehensive Shilo Pocket Dictionary, edited by Zevi Scharfstein.
This Hebrew - English, English - Hebrew dictionary contains more than 30,000 words and phrases. Volwelized Hebrew is used throughout, making this book ideal for both students and tourists.
- The New Reading Hebrew: A Guided Instruction Course, by Dr. C. Castberg and Lillian W. Adler.
This self-guided, self-paced Hebrew primer teaches letters and vowels in discrete, manageable increments, tests knowledge in an easy, motivating way, and provides the answers on the next page.
- The New Siddur Program for Hebrew and Heritage Series, by Pearl and Norman Tarnor.
A comprehensive multi-year Siddur study program for students in grades 1-8, which is ideal for use in both academic and home settings.
- Pimsleur's Basic Modern Hebrew, from Simon & Schuster.
This is an all-audio program that introduces you to the Hebrew language and begins to develop your Hebrew conversation skills. The Basic Modern Hebrew consists of the first ten lessons found in Level 1 of the Pimsleur's Comprehensive Hebrew program.
- Prayerbook Hebrew the Easy Way, by Joseph Anderson, Linda Motzkin, Jonathan Rubenstein, and Laurence Wiseman.
Perfect for adult learners studying on their own, this step-by-step book explains the basics of Hebrew grammar in east to understand terms and introduces you to the vocabulary and beauty of the Hebrew prayers.
- Premium Hebrew: 5 Programs in 1, by EuroTalk.
Practice your listening skill and learn to speak Hebrew with accuracy and conviction as you develop your speaking skills, hone your accent and train your ear with these five unique programs.
- Reader: Modern Hebrew Prose and Poetry, Edited by Ora Band
This anthology of Hebrew stories and poetry introduces second year Hebrew language students to the best of modern Hebrew literature.
- Sanctuary in the Wilderness, by Alan Mintz.
An in-depth introduction to American Hebrew poetry and the lives and works of twelve key American poets who composed in Hebrew.
- Shalom Ivrit I and Prayer Companion
The first volume in the three-volume Shalom Ivrit: Welcome to Modern Hebrew series provides students who have completed a basic primer to begin reading short Hebrew stories while learning about the Jewish holidays. In the companion prayer volume, students also begin to improve their prayer literacy while studying various Shabbat and Holiday prayers. For grades 3-6.
- Shalom Ivrit II and Prayer Companion
In the second volume of the Shalom Ivrit: Welcome to Modern Hebrew series, students add more than 150 words to their Hebrew vocabulary while reading an exciting collection of short stories, folktales, and excerpts from the Midrash. In the companion prayer volume, students study the seven blessings found in the Shabbat morning Amidah and also explore various Jewish values. For grades 4-7.
- Shalom Ivrit III and Prayer Companion
The third and final volume in the Shalom Ivrit: Welcome to Modern Hebrew series, students continue to increase their reading proficiency as they follow the adventures of a group of lively teenagers as they go about their everyday routines, go to camp, and visit Israel. While in the companion prayer volume, students prepare for their Bar or Bat Mitzvahs and study the Shabbat morning Aleinu, Kaddish, and Ein Keloheinu prayers. For grades 5-8.
- The Society for the Preservation of Hebrew Books' CD Collection
A Collection of 1,117 Seforim written by American Rabbis and 766 American Journals on 7 CDs, dating back to 1860.
- Talking Hebrew Word Book
An innovative, interactive computer program that will help you learn more than 600 modern Hebrew words and phrases.
- Tall Tales Told in Biblical Hebrew, by Ethelyn Simon, Irene Resnikoff, Linda Motzkin, and Susan Noss.
A collection of nineteen classic fairy tales and folktales retold in Biblical Hebrew. Perfect for students of all ages looking for something a 'little different' to read!
- Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, by Ethelyn Simon and Joseph Anderson.
Designed for adult learners, this book serves as a self-study guide and textbook for beginning Hebrew students that teaches you the Hebrew alphabet and how to read and pronounce modern Hebrew, all in ten easy lessons.
- Ulpan Arcade
Add more than l,000 words to your Hebrew vocabulary with ten different games that test your knowledge of the material covered in this engaging computer program.
- Yosef Haim Brenner: A Life, by Anita Shapira.
This is a riveting biography of one of the founders of modern Hebrew literature. Brenner was born in Russia in 1881 and was murder during the May 1921 riots in Jaffa, Israel. His life and legacy will fascinate anyone with an interest in Jewish history and Hebrew literature.
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