Univext is not a marketplace. We hire only the best Hebrew teachers to ensure that you get the best learning experience. We believe education is important and we control the quality of our
teachers by going through a rigorous hiring process. Unlike other platforms, we don't want you to waste your time and money looking for a good teacher. We went through the process for you.
Whether you're a beginner or an expert, we have the right teacher for you. Our teachers are experienced and will help you achieve your goals. They will help you in Hebrew and will
make sure you become a master in no time.
Learn Hebrew at your pace.
Whether you're a busy professional looking to enhance your skills, a student seeking additional academic support, or someone simply looking to pursue a personal interest, you have the
freedom to book classes when you solely want to.
Choose the modules you are interested in to become an expert in Hebrew. On Univext, focus
on what you want to learn and pay only for the classes you need. Check the curriculums below to see the skills you can learn.
What is Hebrew:
Hebrew is classified as a Semitic language, the state language of Israel, the language of some Jewish communities; an ancient form of Hebrew is the cult language of Judaism. Hebrew was
revived as a spoken language for the Jewish people in Israel and when the state of Israel was established as an independent nation in 1948, Hebrew became the official language and, Hebrew became once again the native language of the Hebrew people. Modern Hebrew, based on the biblical language, contains many innovations designed to meet contemporary needs; it is the only spoken language based on a written language.
What you will learn and cover during your lessons:
In this module, you will learn the Hebrew alphabet and basic pronunciation rules, including vowel sounds, syllables, and stress.
This module will focus on reading and analyzing classic Hebrew literature and poetry. You will learn to appreciate the beauty and complexity of the Hebrew language through the works of renowned authors such as Yehuda Amichai, Leah Goldberg, and Shaul Tchernichovsky.
In this module, you will engage in advanced conversations and debates in Hebrew on a variety of topics, such as politics, culture, and society. You will learn to express your opinions and defend your arguments in a clear and effective manner.
This module will focus on expanding your knowledge of Hebrew idioms and expressions, and using them in context. You will also learn how to recognize and use idiomatic expressions in speech and writing.
In this module, you will learn the rules of Hebrew pronunciation and accentuation, including stress patterns, vowel length, and the use of diacritical marks. You will also practice speaking Hebrew in a clear and accurate manner.
This module will focus on reading and analyzing Hebrew news articles and media content, including television news broadcasts and podcasts. You will learn to follow current events and understand the nuances of the Hebrew language in a journalistic context.