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Sixth & I

Modern Hebrew: Reading, Grammar, and Speaking

March - May

Mar 18, 2010 • 6:00 pm ET
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This session of classes runs from March 18 to May 13.
Beginner – 6:00 pm
For beginners who want to learn how to read Hebrew, how to begin speaking Hebrew, and how to understand the grammatical principles of the Hebrew language. Intermediate 1 – 7:00 pm
For those with a basic knowledge of Hebrew who want to improve their language skills. Present tense verbs will be introduced, and there will be a focus on reading skills and conversational vocabulary.
Intermediate 2 – 8:00 pm
For those with an intermediate background in Hebrew who want to enhance their reading and grammar. Introduction of the past tense, reading of longer texts and dialogues, and conversation skills will be emphasized.
All levels will use the textbook Hebrew from Scratch, published by the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Classes are taught by Naomi McNally, an Israeli lawyer and a Hebrew specialist. Naomi has taught Hebrew at the Foreign Service Institute, GWU and American University, and has conducted numerous classes for adults in the DC area. Naomi also taught Ulpan for newcomers to Israel.