A resource for French speaker to learn Hebrew HEBREW ON LINE
HebrewOnline is the leading institute for teaching Hebrew over the internet worldwide and provides courses for 32 countries around the world. All classes are taught using the latest video conference technology of video, sound and a graphic. HEBREW TODAY
This site’s purpose is to fulfill the need of many people around the world - to learn Hebrew. Whether you are a student learning Hebrew on your own or an educator teaching Hebrew, looking for interesting articles and new ideas to use in your Hebrew classes, HebrewToday.com has something for you! HEBREW ULPAN
At Hebrewulpan.com we listen to you!
We know that learning Hebrew online requires more then just practicing at home and meeting online. Hebrewulpan.com is justly proud of its team for its ability to serve you and your learning needs. All of us here in Jerusalem are here to listen, assist and guide in case you need us. LEARN HEBREW
There are 46 learning topics to choose from with over 1,700 Hebrew words and phrases LEARN HEBREW POD
LEARN HEBREW VERBS
A very useful resource for many popular everyday verbs that shows the verb root, gender & tense. MORFIX ON LINE DICTIONARY
Instant bi-directional - Hebrew/English translation tool for tens of thousands of words MY HEBREW DICTIONARY
A comprehensive site with a very neat search by topic feature. Also has an online video course that teaches total beginners how to read Hebrew and more in just 2 hours. It covers all the letters, vowels, and some vocabulary as well. NATIONAL CENTER for the HEBREW LANGUAGE
The National Center for the Hebrew Language (NCHL) has positioned itself as the American advocate for the Hebrew language. The NCHL publishes a newsletter, Ivrit Now, and a vocabulary-building supplement, "Today’s Word." It maintains a Web Site, www.ivrit.org and an online discussion group for professionals. The NCHL participates in major meetings of Jewish communal and educational organizations, presents and publishes position papers on Hebrew, and is the founder of the "friend-raising" National Society of Lovers of the Hebrew Language PASSING PHRASE - I want to learn Hebrew
Passing Phrase, written by Eli Birnbaum, is all about enhancing your current knowledge of spoken Hebrew in a fun and informal way. It is a dissemination list over which once a week, a new useful Hebrew phrase or word will be explained in its spoken context. Using the least common denominator of simple-text email, the phrases/words will be transliterated (spelled phonetically in English). You will be able to view the archives as well as see and hear each phrase is pronounced on our web site. SAY IT IN HEBREW
Words and phrases on a variety of common topics TV - HEBREW LANGUAGE CHANNELS
The Hebrew Language Channel operates within the framework of the TV broadcast companies YES (channel 191) and HOT (channel 120).
The Hebrew Channel includes activities, language games and news bulletins in easy Hebrew, available to all viewers at no charge. WE HAVE A COMMON LANGUAGE
This project is for the new or veteran immigrant who is interested in improving their Hebrew, understanding the sources of the Hebrew language, and studying Israeli culture from the standpoint of language.
The project encompasses a number information channels (television programs, an interactive television channel, a Websites, radio broadcasts on the “Reka” network, and more) which will allow for integrated study and practice of different language skills, to have fun with Hebrew and to learn new topics in Hebrew in any place and at any time.