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Chanukah Time – Hebrew, A Great Gift!


It’s Chanukah Time! Have you figured out what you’re going to give during each night of Chanukah? Maybe, you’re just going to give a gift on the First and Eighth day of the Holiday, but even then, what are you going to give? Well…Why not Hebrew?

Hebrew..!? Yes, Hebrew! I have spoken to many people, men and women, who have become very rusty in their Hebrew. For some, the last time they read anything in Hebrew was for their Bar/Bat Mitzvah: in some cases, going back 40 or 50 years – Oy! It’s time for a refresher course – And…I have the programs for you…

“At Home With Hebrew” is perfect for beginners, but if you are very rusty in Hebrew, this is a great way to get re-acquainted with the language. This program introduces you to the basics of Hebrew grammar. It will give you a very strong foundation to go on with your Hebrew studies.

“Hebrew Kindergarten” is not just for kids. It’s for anybody who wants to learn more advanced Hebrew grammar; this program assumes you know the basics, but it will make you comfortable reading Hebrew without vowel points and speaking and thinking in the language.

Something very special is “Shirei Ha-Shabbat.” This program teaches the basics of Jewish Liturgy for Shabbat. Again, this program assumes you already some basics about Hebrew grammar. The program highlights Shabbat Liturgy with two cantors from the Ashkenazi and Sephardi traditions. It’s fun, delightful, and educational!

I can’t convey to you how beautiful the canting really is, but the cantors’ voices are absolutely amazing! You will be blessed.

Here, you have it – three great programs for studying and learning Hebrew.

The gift of Hebrew makes the perfect gift for those preparing for Bar/Bat Mitzvah. Perhaps you are planning on a trip to Israel in the coming year? Whether you’re a beginner or not, these programs will get you ready for your trip.

And…you don’t have to be Jewish to appreciate Hebrew. Regardless of religious affiliation, whether you home-school or not, more and more people are learning Hebrew so that they know for themselves what the Bible has to say. After all, as a friend of mine has said, “Reading a translation of Hebrew, is like kissing your bride through the veil.”

Yes, it’s the Holiday Season! It’s Chanukah Time! Check out any or all of these programs: “At Home With Hebrew” for beginners, “Hebrew Kindergarten” for more advanced Hebrew study, and “Shirei Ha-Shabbat” for anybody who wants to learn the basics of Jewish/Shabbat Liturgy.


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