HBR 101. Introduction to Modern Hebrew.3 Credits.
This is an introductory course in modern Hebrew. Students begin to achieve basic proficiency in reading, writing, speaking and comprehending modern Hebrew. Students are introduced to the Hebrew alphabet and use Hebrew script. They learn elementary conversational skills and basic Hebrew grammar.
Offered: Every other year, Fall
HBR 102. Introduction to Elementary Modern Hebrew II.3 Credits.
This course is a continuation of Hebrew 101. Students review and expand their grammatical study leading to deeper comprehension of style and usage. Students learn the fundamentals of grammar and syntax as well as idioms and special expressions. Emphasis is given to all four communicative skills (speaking, reading, listening and writing). The semester covers the study of the present tense, basics of the past tense, and some of the future tense in most of the conjugation models as well as numbers, colors, daily life situations, etc.
Prerequisites: Take HBR 101.
Offered: Every other year, Spring