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Course of Modern Hebrew – Level 5 - Online

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    Course of Modern Hebrew – Level 5.

    Learning Hebrew doesn't only bring you closer to your roots and to Israel, it also allows you to discover and read beautiful Hebrew literature.

    Level: Expert
    Weekly Hours: 2 hrs
    Duration: 9 Monts
    Language: English
    Accreditation: This course is worth 2 credits at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    Course Description:

    Take a closer look at Israeli and Jewish culture as you advance your Hebrew skills. Read original Hebrew literature, including short stories and poetry, and expand your understanding of Hebrew grammar.


    Syllabus Summary
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        Aleph Beth.
        Text:Aleph Beth. Grammar: The inflections of the numerals and other quantifiers

        I Don't Know Why.
        Song: What's up with me? / Arik Einstein, Josie, Katz, Yankale Rotblit and Shalom Hanoch, Grammar: Binyan Pi’el, gizrat Ha-shlemim: present, past and infinitive Indirect speech containing interrogative sentences

        I Would Like You to Talk Hebrew to Me.
        Grammar: Binyan Pi’el, gizrat Ha-shlemim: future and gerund Verbs expressing a wish or a request

        I Waited and Waited
        Song: Michael / Miriam Yalan-Shteklis, Grammar: Binyan Pi’el, gizrat Lamed-Yod

        Today We Are Cooking!
        Grammar: The impersonal clause in present, past and future The comparative

        I Washed Up, Dried Up and Combed My Hair.
        Grammar: Binyan Hitpa’el, gizrat Ha-shlemim: present, past and infinitive Letters that change places in Binyan Hitpa'el

        Let's Correspond by E-mail!
        Text: Communication, Grammar: Binyan Hitpa’el, gizrat Ha-shlemim: future Each other

        Call Me, Please
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        Grammar: The inflection of the preposition “לא” The inflection of “...ל” versus The inflection of “לא” Expressing purpose using “ידכ + infinitive” or “...ש ידכ + future”

        I Feel Great!
        Grammar: Binyan Hif’il, gizrat Ha-shlemim Assimilation of the third root-letter נ in the first person plural past form

        We're Going into the Cave!
        Text: Avshalom Cave, Grammar: Binyan Nif’al, gizrat Ha-shlemim

        You Remember
        Grammar: Expressing habitual actions in the past The word “ותוא” as a marker of sameness

        When the Head Follows the Tail.
        Texts: Do not Do unto Others What You Do not Want Them to Do unto You; The Tail and the Head, Grammar: The inflections of the prepositions “לע”, “ינפל” and “ירחא”

        We Studied Yesterday, We Are Studying Today, and We Will Study Tomorrow.
        Grammar: Binyan Pa'al, gizrat Ha-shlemim past, present and future

        Departure at 6 AM, And Return at 9 PM
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        Text: Jericho, Grammar: The “pa’ul” passive participle The superlative

        The Lowest City on Earth.
        Text: Jericho, Grammar: The “pa’ul” passive participle The superlative

        Beit Alfa’s Ancient Synagogue.
        Text: Beit Alfa, Grammar: The construct form of the cardinal numbers The counter of hundreds and the counter of thousands

        Up the Hill and Down the Valley.
        Grammar: Time expressions

        Sweet Memories.
        Grammar: Irregular plural forms of nouns The adjectival suffix “י ”

        Good Night!
        Song: Good Night / Yehonatan Geffen, Grammar: Review of the grammatical topics of the course The use of present tense for describing a situation

    This Course is Fully Acknowledged by the Hebrew University

    •     Get full academic credit for this course from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    •     Valid in any academic institution that acknowledges credit from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    •     Receive an official Israel Institute of Biblical Studies certificate upon completing this course

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    Our Story
    For centuries, the Holy Bible has been a source of inspiration for people all over the world. It is the most widely distributed book today. The Bible is a part of our modern world and has influenced the foundations of Western culture. The Israel Institute of Biblical Studies aims to make the Bible accessible to people around the world. Through biblical study and language courses students connect with teachers in the Holy Land to learn the original languages of the Old and New Testaments. This allows them to interpret the holy texts themselves, while discovering the ancient land of the Bible where the stories took place.


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