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HEBM0101

Introduction Modern Hebrew I

Introductory Modern Hebrew I
In this course students will become acquainted with the basic grammatical and formal concepts necessary for the comprehension of the Modern Hebrew language. We will focus on the fundamentals of reading, writing, listening, and speaking, with a particular emphasis placed on the acquisition of conversational ability. We will also make use of audiovisual, situational, and cultural exercises, and give attention to the elements of Classical form and style that provided a foundation for Modern Hebrew, which was revived as a vernacular in the late 19th century. No previous knowledge of Hebrew is required. 6 hrs.
Subject:
Hebrew (Modern)
Department:
Modern Hebrew
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG

Sections

Fall 2014

HEBM0101A-F14 Lecture (Zakai)

Fall 2013

HEBM0101A-F13 Lecture (Goldman)

Fall 2012

HEBM0101A-F12 Lecture (Goldman)

Fall 2011

HEBM0101A-F11 Lecture (Goldman)

Fall 2010

HEBM0101A-F10 Lecture (Devir)

Fall 2009

HEBM0101A-F09 Lecture (Devir)

Fall 2008

HEBM0101A-F08 Lecture (Devir)