By Zippi Lyttleton
Colloquial Hebrew is effortless to take advantage of and fully up-to-date.
Specially written through skilled academics for self-study and sophistication use, the direction provides you with a step by step method of written and spoken Hebrew. No earlier wisdom of the language is required.
What makes Colloquial Hebrew your most suitable choice in own language learning?
- Emphasis on conversational language with transparent pronunciation guidance
- Grammar part for simple reference
- Comprehensive vocabulary lists (Hebrew-English and English-Hebrew)
- Stimulating workouts with vigorous illustrations
By the tip of this lucrative direction it is possible for you to to speak expectantly and successfully in Hebrew in a extensive variety of daily situations.
These two 60-minute audio CDs supplement the ebook. Recorded by means of local audio system, they'll assist you together with your pronunciation, speaking and listening skills.
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Additional resources for Colloquial Hebrew (Colloquial Series)
Where are you? I’m (lit. ‘already’) now here in Israel, in the Sheraton Hotel in Tel Aviv. When can we (lit. ‘is it possible to’) meet? We can meet this evening at my office. At seven; is that OK? Yes, excellent! So, see you this evening. Great! See you later! Vocabulary (he) speaks medaber how are you? mah shlomkha fine, thanks tov, todah already kvar when matay it is possible efshar to meet l’hipagesh (at) seven b’shéva all right b’séder excellent metsuyan so, then az great! yófi! ÈÙ«È 41 1111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 4211 Language points How are you?
Can you say what Eyal and Daniel are doing in Israel? ÷‚ÙÈ‰Ï ¯÷Ù‡ Can we meet? ) • • • • Dialogue 1 Peter is a journalist, preparing an article on Israel. He speaks some Hebrew and is planning to travel around the country to gather material. His guide, Maya, is a radio journalist who has been asked to help him. Having arrived in Israel, Peter is now keen to get going and contacts Maya at her office. ÈÙ«È :¯ËÈÙ :‰È‡Ó :¯ËÈÙ :‰È‡Ó :¯ËÈÙ :‰È‡Ó :¯ËÈÙ :‰È‡Ó :¯ËÈÙ 40 piter: maya: piter: maya: piter: maya: piter: maya: piter: PETER: MAYA: PETER: MAYA: PETER: MAYA: PETER: MAYA: PETER: shalom maya, medaber piter.
I want to go to Ben Yehuda Street. A But you don’t need bus number 3; you need number 9. MAN IN THE STREET: PETER: All right, where is bus number 9? THE Do you see a bus stop over there opposite the supermarket? That’s the stop. MAN: PETER: THE MAN: PETER Thank you, and where (lit. ‘is it possible to’) can one buy a ticket? K. You can buy a ticket on the bus. Many thanks, shalom! ) È«„‡ Ú«ÒÏ ‰‡«¯ Ì÷ Ï»Ó ˙«˜Ï ÒÈË¯Î Language points Cardinal numbers 1–10 Numbers in Hebrew have masculine and feminine forms.